THE MARCH OF LITERATURE by Ford Madox Ford

THE MARCH OF LITERATURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In one volume, Mr. Ford manages to convey the pace and rhythm of world literature, from the early Oriental literature, to some of the moderns. Not an anthology (though it might well be read with one at hand), but a book in which he aims to give an historical and interpretative picture, as an incentive to seek out the best in world literature. The book should be taken in small installments -- else its magnitude swamps one. Omissions -- of course -- but he achieves his purpose.

Pub Date: Sept. 28th, 1938
Publisher: Dial Press