Ford Madox Ford
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Ford was the son of a music critic and grandchild of the painter Ford Madox Brown. It studied in London and converted 1891 to the catholic faith. During the study Ford was affected already strongly by the Präraffaeliten.
With Joseph Conrad connected it a deep friendship. Ford Romance developed in co-operation with Conrad.
1908 created Ford in London the English Review, to their coworkers and. A. Henry James and John Galsworthy belonged. In Paris Ford 1924 created the magazine transatlantic Review. By this verlegerische work it made acquaintance and. A. of Gertrude stone and Ernest Hemingway.
As publisher and a critic Ford more success than with had its literary work. Its 1915 published novel The Good Soldier today's critic represents however one of the most important works of the English literature of the early modern trend, particularly by the impressive use of the storyteller type of the unreliable storyteller in the figure John of the Dowell according to the opinion many. One of its last publications was 1933 its autobiography It which the Nightingale.
At the age of 66 years Ford Madox Ford died to 26. June 1939 in the French Deauville.
- Collected poems (1914)
- A critical attitude (1911)
- The good more soldier (1915)
- Parade's end (1924-28)
- to It which the Nightingale (1933)
- Romance (1903)
- The mirror-image-guessed/advised OF the people (1907)
- F. MacShane: The would run and work OF Ford Madox Ford. London 1965
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|NAME||Ford, Ford Madox|
|ALTERNATIVE NAME||Hueffer, Ford Hermann|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of English writers|
|DATE OF BIRTH||17. December 1873|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Merton (now to London)|
|DYING DATE||26. June 1939|
|DYING PLACE||Deauville, Calvados, France|