John Ford and his circle : coterie values and the language of Ford's theatre

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Hopkins, Lisa;
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This thesis attempts an analysis of some of the major themes and characteristics in Ford's work in the light of the interests and concerns of his dedicatees. The first part, after a discussion of the Ford canon and its chronology, considers four prominent aspects of his... View more
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