Critical Essays of Ford Madox Ford.

By: Ford, Ford MadoxContributor(s): Saunders, Max | Stang, RichardPublisher: Manchester : Carcanet Press Ltd., 2002Copyright date: ©2002Description: 1 online resource (345 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781847773272Subject(s): Social structure -- Bangladesh -- Dhaka -- Longitudinal studies.;Social stratification -- Bangladesh -- Dhaka -- Longitudinal studies.;Dhaka (Bangladesh) -- Social conditions -- Longitudinal studiesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Critical Essays of Ford Madox FordDDC classification: 820.9/00912 LOC classification: PR473 -- .F63 2002ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- About the Author -- About the Editors -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction by Richard Stang and Max Saunders -- Note on the text -- Acknowledgements -- The Evolution of a Lyric (1899) -- Creative History and the Historic Sense (1903-4) -- The Collected Poems of Christina Rossetti (1904) -- A Literary Causerie: On Some Tendencies of Modern Verse (1905 -- on Sturge Moore) -- Literary Portraits from The Tribune -- III. Mr John Galsworthy (1907) -- VIII. Mr Joseph Conrad (1907) -- [X, but says VIII]. Maxim Gorky (1907) -- IX [sic: should be XI]. Mr Dion Clayton Calthrop (1907) -- XIV. Mr Maurice Hewlett (1907) -- From XXIII. The Year 1907 -- XXIV. The Year 1908 -- XXVII. Mr Charles Doughty (1908) -- Shylock as Mr Tree (1908) -- Essays from The English Review -- The Unemployed (1908) -- Review of George Saintsbury, A History of English Prosody (1909) -- The Work of W.H. Hudson (1909) -- Algernon Charles Swinburne (1909) -- George Meredith OM (1909) -- Review of C.F.G. Masterman, The Condition of England (1909) -- Joseph Conrad (1911) -- D.G.R. (1911) -- Essays from The Bystander -- A Tory Plea for Home Rule (2 articles -- 1911) -- Pan and the Pantomime (on Shaw -- 1912) -- Literary Portraits and Other Essays from The Outlook -- I. Mr Compton Mackenzie and Sinister Street (1913) -- VI. Mr John Galsworthy and The Dark Flower (1913) -- VII. Mr Percival Gibbon and The Second-Class Passenger (1913) -- XII. Herr Arthur Schnitzler and Bertha Garlan (1913) -- XXIII. Fydor Dostoevsky and The Idiot (1914) -- XXV. Monsignor Benson and Initiation (1914) -- XXVI. Miss Amber Reeves and A Lady and her Husband (1914) -- XXVIII. Mr Morley Roberts and Time and Thomas Waring (1914) -- XXXI. Lord Dunsany and Five Plays (1914) -- XXXIV. Miss May Sinclair and The Judgment of Eve (1914) -- XXXV. Les Jeunes and Des Imagistes (1914).
XXXVI. Les Jeunes and Des Imagistes (Second Notice) (1914) -- XXXVIII. Mr W.H. Mallock and Social Reform (1914) -- XXXIX. Mr W.B. Yeats and his New Poems (1914) -- XLII. Mr Robert Frost and North of Boston (1914) -- France, 1915 (continued) (1915) -- Sologub and Artzibashef (1915) -- A Jubilee (review of Some Imagist Poets) (1915) -- On a Notice of Blast (1915) -- 'Thus to Revisit', Piccadilly Review (1919) -- I. The Novel (Gilbert Cannan, Time and Eternity -- Virginia Woolf, Night and Day) -- II. The Realistic Novel (Dostoevsky, An Honest Thief -- George Stevenson, Bengy) -- III. The Serious Books (Max Beerbohm, Seven Men -- W.H. Hudson, Birds in Town and Village) -- V. Biography and Criticism (Henry Festing Jones, Samuel Butler -- Wyndham Lewis, The Caliph's Design) -- Letter to the Editor of The Athenaeum (1920) -- An Answer to 'Three Questions' (1922) -- A Haughty and Proud Generation (1922) -- Ulysses and the Handling of Indecencies (1922) -- Mr Conrad's Writing (1923) -- Literary Causeries from the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine -- II. Vill Loomyare (1924) -- III. And the French (1924) -- VIII. So She Went into The Garden … (on Joyce -- 1924) -- Essays from the transatlantic review (1924) -- Stocktaking: Towards a Revaluation of English Literature -- II. Axioms and Internationalisms -- [III. but headed] II. (continued) -- IV. Intelligentsia -- IX. The Serious Book (continued) -- X. The Reader -- From a Paris Quay (II) (1925) -- The Other House (review of Jean-Aubry's Joseph Conrad -- 1927) -- Cambridge on the Caboodle (on Forster -- 1927) -- Thomas Hardy, OM Obiit 11 January 1928 -- Elizabeth Madox Roberts by Ford Madox Ford (1928) -- On Conrad's Vocabulary (1928) -- Review of Josephine Herbst, Nothing is Sacred (1928) -- Review of Sinclair Lewis, Dodsworth (1929) -- Mediterranean Reverie (on Pound -- 1933) -- Hands Off the Arts (1935).
Men and Books (on Conrad -- 1936) -- Observations on Technique (1937) -- Ralston Crawford's Pictures (1937) -- The Flame in Stone (on Louise Bogan -- 1937) -- None Shall Look Back (on Caroline Gordon -- 1937) -- Statement on the Spanish War (1937) -- Index.
Summary: As an editor at the English Review, Ford Madox Ford worked with and often offered aid to writers such as D. H. Lawrence, Ezra Pound, Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, e. e. cummings, and Ernest Hemingway. Within this collection, he recalls the energy of those writers he championed and his efforts as a patron, editor, and friend. These essays demonstrate his skill as both an editor and literary critic. Though it is hard to overstate the impact that Ford Madox Ford has had upon literature of his age, he is easily recognized as a shaping force behind Modernism.
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Front Cover -- About the Author -- About the Editors -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction by Richard Stang and Max Saunders -- Note on the text -- Acknowledgements -- The Evolution of a Lyric (1899) -- Creative History and the Historic Sense (1903-4) -- The Collected Poems of Christina Rossetti (1904) -- A Literary Causerie: On Some Tendencies of Modern Verse (1905 -- on Sturge Moore) -- Literary Portraits from The Tribune -- III. Mr John Galsworthy (1907) -- VIII. Mr Joseph Conrad (1907) -- [X, but says VIII]. Maxim Gorky (1907) -- IX [sic: should be XI]. Mr Dion Clayton Calthrop (1907) -- XIV. Mr Maurice Hewlett (1907) -- From XXIII. The Year 1907 -- XXIV. The Year 1908 -- XXVII. Mr Charles Doughty (1908) -- Shylock as Mr Tree (1908) -- Essays from The English Review -- The Unemployed (1908) -- Review of George Saintsbury, A History of English Prosody (1909) -- The Work of W.H. Hudson (1909) -- Algernon Charles Swinburne (1909) -- George Meredith OM (1909) -- Review of C.F.G. Masterman, The Condition of England (1909) -- Joseph Conrad (1911) -- D.G.R. (1911) -- Essays from The Bystander -- A Tory Plea for Home Rule (2 articles -- 1911) -- Pan and the Pantomime (on Shaw -- 1912) -- Literary Portraits and Other Essays from The Outlook -- I. Mr Compton Mackenzie and Sinister Street (1913) -- VI. Mr John Galsworthy and The Dark Flower (1913) -- VII. Mr Percival Gibbon and The Second-Class Passenger (1913) -- XII. Herr Arthur Schnitzler and Bertha Garlan (1913) -- XXIII. Fydor Dostoevsky and The Idiot (1914) -- XXV. Monsignor Benson and Initiation (1914) -- XXVI. Miss Amber Reeves and A Lady and her Husband (1914) -- XXVIII. Mr Morley Roberts and Time and Thomas Waring (1914) -- XXXI. Lord Dunsany and Five Plays (1914) -- XXXIV. Miss May Sinclair and The Judgment of Eve (1914) -- XXXV. Les Jeunes and Des Imagistes (1914).

XXXVI. Les Jeunes and Des Imagistes (Second Notice) (1914) -- XXXVIII. Mr W.H. Mallock and Social Reform (1914) -- XXXIX. Mr W.B. Yeats and his New Poems (1914) -- XLII. Mr Robert Frost and North of Boston (1914) -- France, 1915 (continued) (1915) -- Sologub and Artzibashef (1915) -- A Jubilee (review of Some Imagist Poets) (1915) -- On a Notice of Blast (1915) -- 'Thus to Revisit', Piccadilly Review (1919) -- I. The Novel (Gilbert Cannan, Time and Eternity -- Virginia Woolf, Night and Day) -- II. The Realistic Novel (Dostoevsky, An Honest Thief -- George Stevenson, Bengy) -- III. The Serious Books (Max Beerbohm, Seven Men -- W.H. Hudson, Birds in Town and Village) -- V. Biography and Criticism (Henry Festing Jones, Samuel Butler -- Wyndham Lewis, The Caliph's Design) -- Letter to the Editor of The Athenaeum (1920) -- An Answer to 'Three Questions' (1922) -- A Haughty and Proud Generation (1922) -- Ulysses and the Handling of Indecencies (1922) -- Mr Conrad's Writing (1923) -- Literary Causeries from the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine -- II. Vill Loomyare (1924) -- III. And the French (1924) -- VIII. So She Went into The Garden … (on Joyce -- 1924) -- Essays from the transatlantic review (1924) -- Stocktaking: Towards a Revaluation of English Literature -- II. Axioms and Internationalisms -- [III. but headed] II. (continued) -- IV. Intelligentsia -- IX. The Serious Book (continued) -- X. The Reader -- From a Paris Quay (II) (1925) -- The Other House (review of Jean-Aubry's Joseph Conrad -- 1927) -- Cambridge on the Caboodle (on Forster -- 1927) -- Thomas Hardy, OM Obiit 11 January 1928 -- Elizabeth Madox Roberts by Ford Madox Ford (1928) -- On Conrad's Vocabulary (1928) -- Review of Josephine Herbst, Nothing is Sacred (1928) -- Review of Sinclair Lewis, Dodsworth (1929) -- Mediterranean Reverie (on Pound -- 1933) -- Hands Off the Arts (1935).

Men and Books (on Conrad -- 1936) -- Observations on Technique (1937) -- Ralston Crawford's Pictures (1937) -- The Flame in Stone (on Louise Bogan -- 1937) -- None Shall Look Back (on Caroline Gordon -- 1937) -- Statement on the Spanish War (1937) -- Index.

As an editor at the English Review, Ford Madox Ford worked with and often offered aid to writers such as D. H. Lawrence, Ezra Pound, Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, e. e. cummings, and Ernest Hemingway. Within this collection, he recalls the energy of those writers he championed and his efforts as a patron, editor, and friend. These essays demonstrate his skill as both an editor and literary critic. Though it is hard to overstate the impact that Ford Madox Ford has had upon literature of his age, he is easily recognized as a shaping force behind Modernism.

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