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The Alien Protagonist of Ford Madox Ford
This book focuses on a single central problem: the frequently noted similarity between Ford's protagonists, men whose peculiarly alien temperaments and ethics lead them into inevitable conflict with their particular milieu. The main argument of the study is that behind these struggles, traced out through four successive centuries, lies a previously unnoted pattern.
Originally published in 1970.
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