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Parade's End - Part One - Some Do Not (Paperback) Loot Price: R347 Discovery Miles 3 470
Parade's End - Part One - Some Do Not (Paperback): Ford Madox Ford
Parade's End - Part One - Some Do Not (Paperback): Ford Madox Ford

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Parade's End - Part One - Some Do Not (Paperback)

Ford Madox Ford

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This early work by Ford Madox Ford was originally published in 1924 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introduction. This is part one of Ford's hugely successful Parade's End tetralogy that has now been adapted into a BBC television drama. Ford Madox Ford was born Ford Madox Hueffer in Merton, Surrey, England on 17th December 1873. The creative arts ran in his family - Hueffer's grandfather, Ford Madox Brown, was a well-known painter, and his German emigre father was music critic of The Times - and after a brief dalliance with music composition, the young Hueffer began to write. Although Hueffer never attended university, during his early twenties he moved through many intellectual circles, and would later talk of the influence that the "Middle Victorian, tumultuously bearded Great" - men such as John Ruskin and Thomas Carlyle - exerted on him. In 1908, Hueffer founded the English Review, and over the next 15 months published Thomas Hardy, H. G. Wells, Joseph Conrad, Henry James, John Galsworthy and W. B. Yeats, and gave debuts to many authors, including D. H. Lawrence and Norman Douglas. Hueffer's editorship consolidated the classic canon of early modernist literature, and saw him earn a reputation as of one of the century's greatest literary editors. Ford continued to write through the thirties, producing fiction, non-fiction, and two volumes of autobiography: Return to Yesterday (1931) and It was the Nightingale (1933). In his last years, he taught literature at the Olivet College in Michigan. Ford died on 26th June 1939 in Deauville, France, at the age of 65.


Imprint: Read Books
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Release date: October 2012
First published: October 2012
Authors: Ford Madox Ford
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 25mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 458
ISBN-13: 978-1-4474-6127-2
Barcode: 9781447461272
Categories: Books > Fiction > General & literary fiction > Modern fiction
LSN: 1-4474-6127-4

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