Ford Madox Ford

Ford Madox Ford

Ford Madox Ford (born Joseph Leopold Ford Hermann Madox Hueffer) (December 17, 1873 – June 26, 1939) was an English novelist, editor, and critic whose writing greatly influenced early 20th century literature. His most famous works include The Good Soldier and Parade’s End.1

Works

  • The Shifting of the Fire (1892) as H Ford Hueffer
  • The Brown Owl (1892) as H Ford Hueffer
  • The Queen Who Flew: A Fairy Tale (1894)
  • Ford Madox Brown : a record of his life and work (1896) as H Ford Hueffer
  • The Cinque Ports (1900)
  • The Inheritors: An Extravagant Story (1901)
  • Rossetti (1902)
  • Romance (1903)
  • The Benefactor (1905)
  • The Soul of London. A Survey of the Modern City (1905)
  • The Heart of the Country. A Survey of a Modern Land (1906)
  • The Fifth Queen (1906)
  • Privy Seal (1907)
  • The Spirit of the People. An Analysis of the English Mind (1907)
  • An English Girl (1907)
  • The Fifth Queen Crowned (1908)
  • Mr Apollo (1908)
  • The Half Moon (1909)
  • A Call (1910)
  • The Portrait (1910)
  • The Critical Attitude (1911) as Ford Madox Hueffer
  • The Simple Life Limited (1911) as Daniel Chaucer
  • Ladies Whose Bright Eyes (1911) extensively revised in 1935
  • The Panel (1912)
  • The New Humpty Dumpty (1912) as Daniel Chaucer
  • Henry James (1913)
  • Mr Fleight (1913)
  • The Young Lovell (1913)
  • Antwerp (1915)
  • Henry James, A Critical Study (1915)
  • Between St Dennis and St George (1915)
  • The Good Soldier (1915)
  • Zeppelin Nights (1915) with Violet Hunt
  • The Marsden Case (1923)
  • Women and Men (1923)
  • Mr Bosphorous (1923)
  • The Nature of a Crime (1924) with Joseph Conrad
  • Joseph Conrad, A Personal Remembrance (1924)
  • Some Do Not . . . (1924)
  • No More Parades (1925)
  • A Man Could Stand Up — (1926)
  • A Mirror To France (1926)
  • New York is Not America (1927)
  • New York Essays (1927)
  • New Poems (1927)
  • Last Post (1928)
  • A Little Less Than Gods (1928)
  • No Enemy (1929)
  • The English Novel: From the Earliest Days to the Death of Joseph Conrad (1929)
  • Return to Yesterday (1932)
  • When the Wicked Man (1932)
  • The Rash Act (1933)
  • It Was the Nightingale (1933)
  • Henry for Hugh (1934)
  • Provence (1935)
  • Ladies Whose Bright Eyes (1935)
  • Portraits from Life: Memories and Criticism of Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, Stephen Crane, D.H. Lawrence, John Galsworthy, Ivan Turgenev, W.H. Hudson, Theodore Dreiser, A.C. Swinburne (1937)
  • Great Trade Route (1937)
  • Vive Le Roy (1937)
  • The March of Literature (1938)
  • Selected Poems (1971)
  • Your Mirror to My Times (1971)
  • A History of Our Own Times (1988)

See also

External Links

References

1. “Ford Madox Ford.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed September 18, 2020.

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