The Two Sorrells of Ford Madox Ford

@article{Cassell1961TheTS,
  title={The Two Sorrells of Ford Madox Ford},
  author={Richard A. Cassell},
  journal={Modern Philology},
  year={1961},
  volume={59},
  pages={114 - 121}
}
sympathetically, for he saw the logical, inhumane commercial mentality as the impersonal and graceless force that had taken over politics, morality, and social life. But since his protagonist is a businessman who rediscovers the traditional basis of honor, the novel throws light upon several of Ford's main themes centering on the gentleman of honor and the man of commerce. The revised edition is of interest since its criticism is 
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