A neglected novel of Ford Madox Ford, No Enemy reflects Ford's postwar experience during the Reconstruction period. Having survived World War I, the protagonist, poet Gringoire, struggles with accepting the loss of friends and his constant fear. Constructed in two equal halves entitled "Four Landscapes" and "Certain Interiors," the novel weaves the process from external grieving to internal healing and offers a transformed state of place and mind. The novel's introduction includes recent biographical information on Ford and places the work within its context as autobiographical fiction.
Used availability for Ford Madox Ford's No Enemy
October 2012 : UK Paperback
April 2002 : UK Paperback
September 1984 : USA Paperback