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Aldington

(ˈɔːldɪŋtən)
n
(Biography) 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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In his ensuing letters, Aldington explained the ambitious four-part structure of Death of a Hero (a prologue and three numbered sections) and submitted large portions of his manuscript as he completed them.
They tried to mend their marriage but earlier this year, Sarah left their home in Aldington, Kent, for a second time.
BARABASCHI, Peter Chapple-Hyam's first runner of the season, is fit and strongly fancied for the Aldington Median Auction Maiden Stakes (3.00) at Folkestone today, writes Rodney Masters.
Bohn's forte lies in teasing out intricate literary relationships, illuminating ambiguous cross-frontier exchanges, tracking volatile critical opinions (the conversion of the Imagist Richard Aldington from aesthetic radical to literary reactionary as revealed through his changing views on Apollinaire is a case in point).
At the end of his admirable little book, Lockman also points out how acute is Lawrence's insight into his colleague, for the disappointed, or resentful, Meinertzhagen did "harness evil" to his perception of "the chariot of good" by fabricating in the late 1950s a series of diary entries, allegedly contemporary with the incidents they relate, about the far more famous Lawrence, then under attack in the wake of Richard Aldington's venomous Lawrence of Arabia: A Biographical Enquiry (1955).
Among the other writers it published were Robert Penn Warren, Edmund Wilson, Amy Lowell, John Crowe Ransom, Richard Aldington, Hilda Doolittle (H.D.), Joseph Campbell, Mary Austin, and Ben Hecht.
Richard Aldington: An Autobiography in Letters, edited by Norman T.
In 1913 she married the English poet Richard Aldington and thereafter lived abroad.
The scheme will run up to December 18, with Coun Danny Aldington saying: "I hope that residents and visitors will take advantage of the free parking on Sundays and choose to do their Christmas shopping here in the borough.
Pershore Town picked up a second win in three matches thanks to strikes from in-form Dan Ludlow and Dane Aldington against Southam United.
Retired church-going Cooper was regarded as an upstanding pillar of his community in Aldington, where he was known for his charity work.
One is a response to Richard Aldington in 1948; "Yes, America can't seem to get ahead with Lawrence--I felt a resistance and you are right, it's the Jews," and another, again to Aldington, in 1950 complains that two decades have passed since Viking Press published Lawrence: "They are dogs in the manger.