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  1. Ford Madox Ford: A Study of His Novels by Richard A. Cassell, 1977-03-23
  2. Melvaig's Vision by Richard Ford, 1985-02-14
  3. Children of Ashgaroth H/B by Richard Ford, 1986-10-09
  4. The Children of Ashgaroth by Richard Ford, 1988-02-04
  5. A MULTITUDE OF SINS. Stories. by Richard. Ford, 1997
  6. ROCK SPRINGS. Stories. by Richard. Ford, 1987
  7. Ein Stück meines Herzens by Richard Ford, 2007-10-31
  8. Sorokin and Civilization
  9. Die Lage des Landes by Richard Ford,
  10. Wildlife. Wild Leben. Roman. by Richard Ford, 1993-03-01
  11. Readings in aquatic ecology by Richard F Ford, 1972
  12. Abendländer. by Richard Ford, 2000-02-01
  13. Eifersüchtig. Eine Novelle. by Richard Ford, 2002-03-01
  14. A Multitude of Sins by Richard Ford, 2001-09-27

81. §9. Richard Ford. VII. The Literature Of Travel, 1700–1900. Vol. 14. The Victo
First among them should be mentioned a work designed for the use of travellers, richard ford’s Handbook for travellers in Spain (1845).
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82. Richard & Carrie Ford - Racehorse Trainers
Husband and wife, dual purpose training team. Lists horses in training and facilities. Situated in Cheshire.
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83. Literature-Map: Richard Ford
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84. BookPage Interview February 2002: Richard Ford
The seven deadly ones get all the press, but it s the multitude of other, seemingly petty sins that richard ford writes about in his new short story
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Send this interview to a friend Read previous BookPage interviews A Multitude of Sins: Errors of omission are the stuff of real life INTERVIEW BY ELLEN KANNER The seven deadly ones get all the press, but it's the multitude of other, seemingly petty sins that Richard Ford writes about in his new short story collection. "All of those small acts we commit on a daily basis at ground level are how we fail," he says. "We fail by lacking patience, sincerity, passion, truthfulness, lacking all kinds of things that's what A Multitude of Sins is." Ford, whose 1995 novel Independence Day won both the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award, uses his new collection to pinpoint pivotal moments of failure in people's lives. Their sins aren't spectacular ones, just the sad accretion of betrayal and loss that's part of daily life. "I don't think these people are doomed, desperate or on the edge more than anyone else," says Ford of characters like the husband and wife in "Charity," whose marriage of 20 years is in limbo after the husband has an affair. "They're socked into life pretty good. I don't think if you were to stand outside the lives of the people in these stories, in 'Creche' and 'Charity,' you would think they were anybody special. By looking at these lives, you're liable to see something as great as kings and heroes. In that fabric of otherwise under-noticeable lives is the stuff of real moral existence. It's meant to ennoble and make more poignant the lives you may not have noticed."

85. Lyceum Agency - Speakers - Richard Ford
PulitzerPrize winning novelist richard ford’s “sinewy and distinctively American voice contains the echoing tones of many ancestors” (New York Times) Mark ford.aspx

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