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It Was the Nightingale

Ford, Ford Madox

Published by Carcanet Press Ltd.
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Title: It Was the Nightingale

Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd.

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Ford describes his encounters with Conrad, Hemingway, Proust, and Joyce, among other writers, with an infectious energy that animates every page of this compelling memoir. This comprehensive new edition seeks to redress the fact that his autobiographical writing remains largely unrecognized. Through this volume, his literary life is made available for the first time since 1984. Written with the generosity, punch, and flair that characterize Ford's novels, it employs a subtle and flexible rhetoric of narrative that fuses the genres of fiction and memoir. Ultimately, however, it tells a story of rebirth, in which the process of literary creation becomes an affirmation of life itself.

About the Author: Ford Madox Ford was an editor, essayist, critic, advocate, and novelist whose works include The Good Soldier , Ladies Whose Bright Eyes , Parade's End , and The Rash Act , among many others. Ford died in Deauville, France, in 1939. John Coyle is a lecturer in English literature at the University of Glasgow, where he specializes in comparative literature and the twentieth-century novel. His main research interests lie in the field of modernist and postmodernist literature from an international perspective. He has published articles on F. Scott Fitzgerald, Alain-Fournier, Proust, and Joyce, and has edited two introductory studies on Joyce.

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