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Aldington

Richard. 1892--1962, English poet, novelist, and biographer. His novels include Death of a Hero (1929) and The Colonel's Daughter (1931), which reflect postwar disillusion following World War I
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But this was a subject that evidently continued to preoccupy Eliot as the year went on, for in October 1921 he wrote in a letter to Richard Aldington that 'I should love to write a book on Wren, or at least on the eglises assassinees of London'.
If things keeps up like they're a going, Dick Aldington is going to emerge from history a major poet.
Liesenfeld B, Kohner E, Piehlmeier W, Kluthe S, Aldington S, Porta M, Bek T, Obermaier M, Mayer H, Mann G, Holle R, Hepp KD.
Since then, he has switched to a healthier lifestyle, starting the day with a swim and a long walk in the country near his farmhouse home in Aldington.
Page numbers for quotations to this translation by Richard Aldington are enclosed in parentheses in the text above.
My hope is to convince students not only that the greatest of the soldier-poets--Isaac Rosenberg, Wilfred Owen, Charles Hamilton Sorley, Siegfried Sassoon, Edward Thomas, Herbert Read, Edmund Blunden, Richard Aldington, Ivor Gurney, Julian Grenfell, and Robert Graves--produced great poetry, but that they did so in the face of ideological pressures that consigned them to old and seemingly exhausted poetic forms.
The notion of an external image for emotions appeared, for instance, in an article by Richard Aldington, a Pound protege, in 1914: "We convey an emotion by presenting the object and circumstance of that object without comment.
According to Richard Aldington, a famous though now deceased literary critic for the NY Times, his best review was never published.
Furnas (1952) and Richard Aldington (1957), David Daiches (1973) to Jenni Calder (1980), literally dozens of biographies have appeared between 1900 and 1990.
Oscar Wilde, John Carpenter, John Aldington Symonds, E.
Moore in editing Durrell's correspondence with poet Richard Aldington, a collection titled Literary Lines.