Great Trade Route

This book is bound in gray cloth boards with black lettering on the spine. Edgewear, light browning of endpapers; Faded spine; soil; inner pages clean and unmarked. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. This is part of what was originally conceived as a trilogy by Ford about American cities. His unique stream-of-consciousness style paints a portrait of his travels around the country and what he describes as his twin bugbears of Christopher Columbus and Memphis, Tenn. 408 pages; approx. 6"x8".

  • Ford Madox Ford
  • Oxford University Press, 1937
  • First American edition