LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES by Ford Madox Ford

LADIES WHOSE BRIGHT EYES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

His Provence of recent date has enlarged his public. This, however, is a book that will discourage all but his ardent followers. A novel, dull and pedestrian, artificial as Ford Madox Ford so often is. There is a dim suggestion of Berkeley Square in the pattern, by which Mr. Sorrell is transported to the fourteenth century with his memories of modern life and invention intact.

Pub Date: May 16th, 1935
Publisher: Lippincott