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He is a founding member of the Ford Madox Ford Society and has held fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Society, and the Institute for Research in the Humanities.
Affirmation in a Moral Wasteland: A Comparison of Ford Madox Ford and Graham Greene.
At its best Jacobs' prose bolsters and sustains her argument, as in the two chapters on Ford Madox Ford, in which she appeals to the reader for acceptance in a parody of that sincerity that Ford's narrators often rely on, as in The Good Soldier.
While one of her husbands, a French-Dutch journalist songwriter, was in jail she became involved in a menage a trois with English writer Ford Madox Ford and his partner Stella Bowen.
Question six: What is the name of the new BBC2 mini series based on novels by Ford Madox Ford, said to be inspired by his experiences when he returned severely ill from the Front and was stationed at Redcar as part of the Welsh Regiment 3rd Battalion?
Based on a quartet of novels by Ford Madox Ford, Parade's End is a flagship five-part mini-series of which Benedict talks in long, sometimes eloquent, sometimes rambling, monologues.
She explores the reason for a shift from faith in the emergence of a better world through an apocalypse to a post-apocalyptic culture, looking at works by William Faulkner, Don DeLillo, Ford Madox Ford, Toni Morrison, E.
It is a remarkable fact, for example, that much as Hemingway denigrated Ford Madox Ford he became at some point the possessor of the only surviving typescript of No More Parades, Ford's great novel of the trenches.
Ford Madox Ford and the regiment of women; Violet Hunt, Jean Rhys, Stella Bowen, Janice Biala.
In the previous year the local newspaper reported that Ford Madox Ford had been the guest of honor at a luncheon in the home of Dr.
Parade's End, which airs on BBC2 at 9pm, is based on a quartet of novels by 20th Century writer Ford Madox Ford and is tipped as a racier BBC rival to ITV success Downton Abbey.
Scott Fitzgerald, and Ezra Pound, among others, all sang his praises, and Ford Madox Ford put up with Hemingway's efforts to publish Gertrude Stein's massive tome and his sophomoric insults about contributors in the transatlantic review.