The Presence of Ford Madox Ford
Ed. by Stang, Sondra J.
Foreword by Trevor, William
With an afterw. by Crankshaw, Edward
Aims and Scope
To provide a fresh perspective--from new and unexpected points of view--Sondra Stang gathers together a number of distinguished writers and critics to prove Ford and his works. Among the many contributors commenting on Ford for the first time are C. H. Sisson, William H. Pritchard, Alison Lurie, Denis Donoghue, and William Gass. Included too are new poems by Richard Howard and Howard Nemerov and memoirs by friends, lovers, and family.
- 280 pages
- UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
- College/higher education;
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"Rightly, in Mrs. Stang's volume he [Ford] receives tribute not only from critics abut from poets and novelists--Alison Lurie, William Trevor, Robert Lowell, Howard Nemerov. . . . Without Ford, the map of the Modern would have been very different."--New York Times