Ford Madox Ford: His literary theory and influences
Randall, James Richard
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After being neglected, Ford Madox Ford has been re-discovered as an important novelist. This dissertation deals with Ford as a literary theorist and as an influence on other writers. Chapter I treats Ford's emergence with the help of Joseph Conrad from his Pre-Raphaelite background and his subsequent renunciation of Pre-Raphaelite aesthetics. Chapters II and III treat his theory of the novel and his acceptance of certain Flaubertian techniques, e.g. impressionism, the progression of effect, and the impersonal author [TRUNCTAED]
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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