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Ford Madox Ford • 125 Items / 70 Books, 42 Articles, 9 Reviews, 2 Poems
It Was the Nightingale (1933)
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Published Reviews
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    Every Man His Own Novelist (Review)
    It Was the Nightingale, by Ford Madox Ford
    1. It Was the Nightingale by Ford Madox Ford
    The Nation, November 8, 1933, p. 544
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    The Good Soldier's Return (Review)
    It Was the Nightingale, by Ford Madox Ford
    1. It Was the Nightingale by Ford Madox Ford
    The New Republic, March 7, 1934, p. 108
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    Uncle Ford (Review)
    It Was the Nightingale, by Ford Madox Ford
    1. It Was the Nightingale by Ford Madox Ford
    The Saturday Review, October 21, 1933, p. 199
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    Mr. Ford and American Fiction (5 Reviews)
    It Was the Nightingale, by Ford Madox Ford
    1. It Was the Nightingale by Ford Madox Ford
    2. We Are the Living by Erskine Caldwell
    3. Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa
    4. Winner Take Nothing by Ernest Hemingway
    5. A "Story" Anthology 1931-1933 by Whit Burnett and Martha Foley
    The American Review, November 1933, pp. 101-106
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    About Books and Their Authors (11 Reviews)
    The Roosevelt Revolution: First Phase, by Ernest K. Lindley
    1. The Roosevelt Revolution: First Phase by Ernest K. Lindley
    2. America Swings to the Left by Alva Lee
    3. The Astonishing Island by Winifred Holtby
    4. One More River by John Galsworthy
    5. Nancy Owlett by Eden Phillpotts
    6. Brandeis: Lawyer and Judge in the Modern State by Alpheus Thomas Mason
    7. Adventure of Living by J. Breckenridge Ellis
    8. It Was the Nightingale by Ford Madox Ford
    9. Changing Patterns by William Dana Orcutt
    10. The Tumult and the Shouting by Katherine Ursula Parrott
    11. Eighteen by Catherine Atkinson Miller
    The Literary Digest, November 18, 1933, p. 36