The Protean personality and career of Ford Madox Ford as poet, novelist, editor, critic, and '’miscellaneous writer" have made: him one of the most elusive of modern authors. In this bibliography, which includes extensive excerpts of writings by and about Ford as well as complete descriptions of the various editions of his book and periodical publications, David Dow Harrvey has at last made it possible to form a true estimate of Ford’s involvements with other writers and his contributions to modern literature.
Originally published in 1961.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Acknowledgments, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. ix
- Introduction, pg. xi
- A. Books (including Collaborations and Pamphlets), pg. 1
- B. Contributions to Books by Other Writers (including Translations by Ford), pg. 89
- C. Manuscripts, Letters, Miscellanea, pg. 103
- D. Contributions to Periodicals, pg. 131
- E. Periodical Articles about Ford, pg. 273
- F. Books Significantly Mentioning Ford, pg. 485
- Index, pg. 611