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Ford Madox Ford - Author
I know nothing - nothing in the world - of the hearts of men. I only know that I am alone - horribly alone.

Ford Madox Ford

One of the primary reasons for the works of Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939) being undervalued was his own endless self-promotion – truly a legend in his own mind – which tended to produce the opposite effect with his critics. In truth, ‘The Good Soldier’ is one of the great modern novels, ranking alongside Conrad, Joyce and James, and his fine tetralogy which makes up ‘Parade’s End’ has been the subject of a recent TV adaptation.

Books by Ford Madox Ford