Parade's End

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Jan 3, 2012 - Fiction - 761 pages
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This monumental novel, divided into four separate books, celebrates the end of an era, the irrevocable destruction of the comfortable, predictable society that vanished during World War I.

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Review: Parade's End (Parade's End #1-4)

User Review  - Mancall - Goodreads

For the most part, I loved Parade's End. The writing was beautiful, insular, unexpected. It's a more realistic version of Downton Abbey. Christopher clings unwaveringly to his outmoded idea of the ... Read full review

Review: Parade's End (Parade's End #1-4)

User Review  - Grace Bugnacki - Goodreads

Parade's End is made up of four novels: Some Do Not, No More Parades, A Man Could Stand Up, and The Last Post. The protagonist, Christopher Tietjens, is devoted to conserve the Edwardian traditions of ... Read full review

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Ford Madox Ford (1873–1939), was born in England. Author of The Good Soldier, Parade’s End, and The Fifth Queen, he is also remembered for founding two influential literary journals and championing many of the leading modernist writers of the day.

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