Richard Aldington

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Poetry

Images: 1910-1915.  London: Poetry Bookshop, 1915.
     Aldington's first volume of poetry, it contains 35 poems.
Some imagist poets : an anthology.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1915.
     Lawrence, D.H.; H.D.; Lowell, Amy; Aldington, Richard.
Images Old and New.  Boston: Four Seas, 1916.
     This is the American edition of the previous title with a slightly 
          different content.
The Love of Myrrhine and Konallis, and Other Prose Poems.  Cleveland: 
     Clerk's Press, 1917.
     Very few copies were printed in this edition. It was reprinted in 
          Chicago by Pascal Covici in 1926 in a larger format with 
          additional poems.
Reverie: a Little Book of Poems for H.D.  Cleveland: Clerk's Press, 1917.
     Also a very limited edition.  The poems herein are considered by 
          Aldington to be among the best of his war poems.
Images of War: a Book of Poems.  Westminster: C.W. Beaumont, 1919.
     Another very limited edition.  A considerably expanded edition was 
          published in London by Allen and Unwin in 1919, and then in 
          Boston by Four Seas in 1921.
Images of Desire.  London: Elkin Mathews, 1919.
     A collection of his love poems.
	 
Images.  London: The Egoist, Ltd., 1919.
     Reprints poems taken from his first volume of poetry and from the 
          Imagist anthologies.
War and Love: 1915-1918.  Boston: Four Seas, 1919.
     Reprints poems from Images of war and Images of desire.
The Berkshire Kennet.  London: Curwen Press, 1923.
     A separately published poem.
Collected Poems: 1915-1923.  London: Allen and Unwin, 1923.
Exile and Other Poems.  London: Allen and Unwin, 1923.
     Includes "The Berkshire Kennet".
A Fool i' the Forest: a Phantasmagoria. London: Allen and Unwin, 1924.
     This is the first of Aldington's five long poems.  It has often been 
          compared to Eliot's The Waste Land.
Hark the Herald.  Paris: Hours Press, 1928.
     A satiric Christmas card.
The Eaten Heart.  Chapelle-Reanville, Eure, France: Hours Press, 1929
     His second long poem.  Another edition was published in London by  
          Heinemann in 1931.
Collected Poems.  New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1928
     also,  London: Allen and Unwin, 1929.
Movietones: Invented and Set Down by Richard Aldington, 1928-1929.  
     Privately printed, 1932.
     Only ten copies were printed.  It includes a reprint of "Hark the 
          Herald."  All of the other poems are new and (as far as I know) 
          have not been reprinted.  A copy of this can be found in the Morris
          Library at Southern Illinois Univ., Carbondale.
A Dream in the Luxembourg.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1930.
     Published also in New York under the title Love and the Luxembourg by 
     Covici, Riede, 1930.
	 also, London: Chatto & Windus, 1932.
     This is his third long poem. 
The Poems of Richard Aldington.  Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1934
Life Quest.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1935.
     His fourth long poem.  The American edition was published in 
          Garden City by Doubleday in 1935.
The Crystal World.  London: William Heinemann, 1937.
     His fifth and last long poem.
The Complete Poems of Richard Aldington.  London: Allan Wingate, 1948.
Gates, Norman T.
     The poetry of Richard Aldington: a critical evaluation and an anthology of
   uncollected poems / Norman T. Gates.  University Park, Pennsylvania State
   University Press [1975].

An imagist at war : the complete war poems of Richard Aldington / selected with 
     an introduction and notes by Michael Copp.  Madison, NJ : Fairleigh
	 Dickinson University Press ; London : Associated University 
	 Presses, c2002. -- ISBN: 0-8386-3952-6

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Prose works

Death of a Hero: a novel. New York : Covici, Friede, 1929. -------. Garden City, N. Y. : Garden City Publishing Co, 1929. -------. London : Chatto and Windus, 1929 and 1930. -------. Paris : Henry Babou & Jack Kahane, 1930. (this was the first unexpurgated edition) -------. London : World Distributors, 1965. -------. London : Sphere, 1968. -------. London : Hogarth Press, 1984. (with a new introduction by Christopher Ridgway) Roads to Glory. London: Chatto and Windus, 1930 -------. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1931. (with a new introduction by David Wilkinson) -------. London : Imperial War Museum, Department of Printed Books, 1992. Two Stories. London: Elkin Mathews and Marrot, 1930. Last Straws. Paris : Hours Press, 1930. Reprinted by the Folcroft, Pennsilvania by the Folcroft Press, 1969. The Colonel's Daughter : a Novel. London: Chatto and Windus, 1931. -------. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1931. -------. London : Hogarth, 1986. Stepping Heavenward: a Record. Florence: G. Orioli, 1931. Published also in London by Chatto and Windus, 1931. Soft Answers. London: Chatto and Windus, 1932. -------. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1932. -------. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1967]. All Men are Enemies: a Romance. London: Chatto and Windus, 1933 and 1934. Published also in Garden City, N.Y. by Doubleday, 1933. Women Must Work: a Novel. London: Chatto and Windus, 1934. Published also in Garden City, N.Y. by Doubleday, 1934. Life of a Lady: a Play by Richard Aldington and Derek Patmore. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1936. Published also in London by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1936. Very Heaven. London: William Heinemann, 1937. Published also in Garden City, N.Y. by Doubleday, 1937.
[review] Seven Against Reeves: a Comedy-Farce. London: William Heinemann, 1938. Published also in Garden City, N.Y. by Doubleday, 1938. [review] Rejected Guest: a Novel. New York: Viking, 1939. Published also in London by William Heinemann, 1939. [review] The Romance of Casanova: a Novel. New York: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, 1946. Published also in London by William Heinemann, 1947. [review] Return to top.

Biographies and essays

Beaumont, Cyril W. (Cyril William), 1891-1976. New paths : verse, prose, pictures, 1917-1918 / edited by C.W. Beaumont and M.T.H. Sadler ; decorated by Anne Estelle Rice. London : C.W. Beaumont, 1918. Contains contributions by William Henry Davies, Walter De La Mare, Richard Aldington, F.S. Flint, D.H. Lawrence, Aldous Huxley, and others. Published in The Dial, 65#772 (May 1918) "
John Norris. A 17th Century Worthy." In: The Times (London), Saturday, May 6, 1922. Issue 43024. Page 16, column E Literary Studies and Reviews. London: Allen and Unwin, 1924 and New York: L. MacVeagh, The Dial Press Incorporated, 1924. Voltaire. London: Routledge, 1925. Published also in New York by E.P. Dutton, 1925. French Studies and Reviews. London: Allen and Unwin, 1926. Published also in New York by Dial Press, 1926, and Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1967] The private life of the Marshal Duke of Richelieu / translated by F. S. Flint, with an introduction by Richard Aldington. -- New York: Brentano's, [1927]. and: London: George Routledge & sons, 1927. London: [Elek], 1958. D.H. Lawrence: an Indiscretion. University of Washington Chapbooks, No. 6. Seattle: University of Washington Book Store, 1927. Published also under the title, D.H. Lawrence, in London by Chatto and Windus, 1930. Remy de Gourmont: a Modern Man of Letters. University of Washington Chapbooks, No. 13. Seattle: University of Washington Book Store, 1928. Balls and Another Book for Suppression. Blue Moon Booklet, No. 7. London: E. Lahr, 1930. At all costs. London: W.Heinemann [c1930]. -- Edition limited to 275 copies. Balls. Privately printed, 1932. The Squire. London: Heinemann, 1934. D.H. Lawrence: a Complete List of His Works, Together with a Critical Appreciation. London: William Heinemann, [1935?]. Artifex: Sketches and Ideas. London: Chatto and Windus, 1935. Published also in Garden City, N.Y. by Doubleday, 1935, and 1936. "Knowledge and the novelist". In The Times Literary Supplement, Saturday, July 2, 1938. -- p. 448. W. Somerset Maugham: an Appreciation by Richard Aldington. In Sixty-Five, by W. Somerset Maugham. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1939. Also published later under the title Sixty-five Short Stories, in London by Heinemann in 1976. "Farewell to Europe." In: Atlantic monthly. Vol. 66, no. 3 (Sept. 1940) p. 376-396 Vol. 66, no. 4 (Oct. 1940) p. 510-530 Vol. 66, no. 5 (Nov. 1940) p. 644-664 Vol. 66, no. 6 (Dec. 1940) p. 774-796 Life for Life's Sake: a Book of Reminiscences. New York: Viking, 1941. "A part of this work has appeared serially in the Atlantic monthly under the title Farewell to Europe." The Duke: Being an Account of the Life & Achievements of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington . . . New York: Viking, 1943. Published also under the title, Wellington: Being an Account of the Life & Achievements of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington . . . in London by Heinemann, 1946. Jane Austen. Pasadena: Ampersand Press, 1948. Four English Portraits, 1801-1851. London: Evans Bros, 1948. The Strange Life of Charles Waterton, 1782-1865. London: Evans Bros, 1949. Published also in New York by Duell, Sloan, And Pearce, 1949. D.H. Lawrence: An Appreciation. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1950. Published also under the title, D.H. Lawrence: Portrait of a Genius But... in New York by Duell, Sloan, And Pearce, 1949. Pinorman: Personal Recollections of Norman Douglas, Pino Orioli, and Charles Prentice. London: Heinemann, 1954. Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot: A Lecture. [New York]: Oriole Chapbooks, [1953?] Hurst, Berkshire: Peacocks Press, 1954. New York : Oriole Editions, [196?] [New York, Oriole Editions, 1970?] London : Journeyman Press, [1978] A.E. Housman and W.B. Yeats: Two Lectures. Hurst Berkshire: Peacocks Press, 1955 and; Folcroft, PA : Folcroft Press, 1969, c1955. [Folcroft, Pa.] Folcroft Library Editions, 1973 [Reprint of 1955 1st ed.] Lawrence L'Imposteur: T.E. Lawrence, the Legend and the Man. Paris: Amiot-Dumont, 1954. Also published under the title, Lawrence of Arabia: A Biographical Inquiry, in London by Collins, 1955, and in Chicago by Henry Regnery, 1955. Austria: A Book of Photographs. London: Spring Books, [ca. 1955?] Switzerland: A Book of Photographs. London: Spring Books, [ca. 1955?] "T.E. Lawrence, Aldington and the truth." / B.H. Liddell Hart & Richard Aldington. London: The London Magazine. -- April & August 1955, Vol. 2, Nos. 4 & 8 A rebuttal to Aldington's 'Lawrence of Arabia: A Biographical Enquiry' and a letter to the editor from Richard Aldington [pp66-69] with a reply from Liddell Hart. Introduction to Mistral. London: Heinemann, 1956. Also published in Carbondale by Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1960. Frauds. London: Heinemann, 1957. Portrait of a rebel; the life and work of Robert Louis Stevenson. London, Evans Bros. [1957]. France = La France = Frankreich : a book of photographs / With an introduction by Richard Aldington. London : Anglo-Italian Publication,[1958?] Switzerland = La Suisse = Die Schweiz : a book of photographs / with an introduction by Richard Aldington. London : Anglo-Italian Publication [1958?] Intro. to Italy. London: Anglo-Italian publ., [19??] Famous Cities of the World: Rome. Hamlyn : 1960 A tourist's Rome. Draguignan, France: Melissa Press, [1960 or 1961]. "A small portion of this sketch appeared as introduction to Rome, a book of photographs, by R.S. Magowan"--P. [2] Portrait of a Rebel: the Life and Work of Robert Louis Stevenson. London: Evans Bros, 1957. Eugenie Grandet / Honore de Balzac ; translated from the French by Ellen Marriage ; with an introduction by Richard Aldington ; and illustrations by Rene ben Sussan. -- [New York] : Limited Editions Club, 1960. London : Curwen Press [1960?] New York : Heritage Press, c1961. Easton Press Norwalk, CT.: 1998 A Letter from Richard Aldington and a Summary Bibliography of Count Potocki's Published Works. Draguignan, France: Melissa Press, 1962. D.H. Lawrence in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch, 1961. Farewell to Memories. Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1963. Richard Aldington: Selected Critical Writings 1928-1960, Alister Kershaw, ed. Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1970. A Passionate Prodigality: Letters to Alan Bird from Richard Aldington 1949-1962, Miriam J. Benkovitz, ed. New York: New York Public Library and Readers Books, 1975. Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence, Ian S. McNiven and Harry T. Moore, eds. New York: Viking, 1981. Return to top.

Translations

The poems of Anyte of Tegea / translated by Richard Aldington. -- London : The Egoist, [1915] (London : Ballantyne Press). and: Cleveland, The Clerk's Press, 1917. Folgore, da San Gimignano, fl. 1309-1317. The garland of months by Folgore da San Gemignano : the Italian text with English prose translation / by Richard Aldington. -- Cleveland : Clerk's Press, 1917. "This edition consists of only forty copies printed upon Tuscany hand-made paper." "First published in the 'Egoist'" London. Greek songs in the manner of Anacreon / translated by Richard Aldington. -- London : The Egoist, 1919. Medallions in clay [by] Richard Aldington. New York, A. A. Knopf, 1921. 1st American edition limited to 550 copies. Contents: The poems of Anyte of Tegea.--The poems of Meleager Gadara.--Greek songs in the manner of Anacreon.--Latin poems of the renaissance. Published in London, 1930, under title: Medallions from Anyte of Tegea, Meleager of Gadara, the Anacreontea, Latin poets of the renaissance. Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien, 1619-1655. Cyrano de Bergerac; Voyages to the moon and the sun / trans. by Richard Aldington, with an introduction and notes. London, Routledge & sons ltd. -- New York, E.P. Dutton & co. [1923]. Sturly / by Pierre Custot. Translated from the French by Richard Aldington. -- Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin & company, [1925?]. Remy de Gourmont, selections from all his works / chosen and translated by Richard Aldington. -- Chicago: P. Covici, 1928. -- 2 vols. "Illustrated with photographs, drawings and woodcuts by Andre Rouveyre." Fifty romance lyric poems / now collected and translated by Richard Aldington. -- New York: C. Gaige, 1928 and; London: Allan Wingate, 1928 London: Chatto & Windus, 1931 London: Allan Wingate, 1948 Candide and other romances / translated by Richard Aldington, with an introduction and notes. -- London, G. Routledge & Sons, ltd. [1928] and: New York, E.P. Dutton & Co. [1928] ; Dodd Mead and Co NY : 1928. The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio / [trans. by Richard Aldington]. New York, Covici, Friede, 1930. and; New York: Dell, 1975. Alcestis / Euripides ; translated by Richard Aldington. London: chatto & Windus, 1930. -- First edition limited to 260 copies. and: London ; Toronto, William Heinemann, [1930]. De La Sale, Antoine. The Fifteen Joys of Marriage / trans. by Richard Aldington. New York: Renaissance Press, 1931. Letters to the Amazon / by Remy de Gourmont ; translated with an introd. by Richard Aldington. -- London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire Candide : or, Optimism / translated from the French by Richard Aldington with an introd. by Paul Morand. London: Nonesuch Press, 1939. Includes twenty ill. in color by Sylvain Sauvage. A later edition has an an introd. by Anatole Broyard, was illus. by May Neama. -- New York: Arranged by R. Ellis for the members of the Limited Editions Club, 1973. Great French romances / selected, with an introd., by Richard Aldington. New York: Pilot Press, [1946]. Contents: The Princess of Cleves, by Madame de Lafayette, tr. by E. Giffith--Manon Lescant, by the Abbe Prevost, tr. by D.C. Moylan.--Dangerous acquaintances, by Choderlos de Laclos, tr. by Richard Aldington.--The Duchesse de Langenis, by Honore de Balzac, tr. by Ellen Marriage. Aldington's translation from this collection was re-published on its own as: Les liaisons dangereuses / Pierre Ambroise Choderlos de Laclos, translated by Richard Aldington. -- London ; Boston : Ark Paperbacks, 1987. and again in New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 1992. The treason of the intellectuals (La trahison des clercs) / Julien Benda ; translated by Richard Aldington. -- New York : W. Morrow & Company, 1928. The betrayal of the intellectuals (La trahison des clercs) / Julien Benda ; translated by Richard Aldington ; introd. by Herbert Read. -- Boston, Beacon Press [1955]. Larousse encyclopedia of mythology. / With an introd. by Robert Graves. [Translated by Richard Aldington and Delano Ames, and rev. by a panel of editorial advisers from the Larousse mythologie generale, edited by Felix Guirand]. -- New York : Prometheus Press, 1960 [c1959] Return to
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Works edited by Aldington

Apocalypse / D. H. Lawrence ; with an introduction by Richard Aldington. -- New York: Viking press, 1932. London: M. Secker [1932]. Phoenix ed. -- London: Heinemann, 1972. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974. Last poems / by D. H. Lawrence ; edited by Richard Aldington and Giuseppe Orioli ; with an introduction. -- Florence: Orioli, 1932. -- Limited to 750 copies. Another edition edited with an introduction by Richard Aldington. -- London : Martin Secker, 1933. New York, The Viking press, 1933. London : Heinemann, [1935]. The spirit of place : an anthology compiled from the prose of D.H.Lawrence. / edited with an introd. by Richard Aldington. -- London: Heinemann, [1935]. And: London: Heinemann, 1944. The Viking book of poetry of the English-speaking world / chosen and edited by Richard Aldington. -- New York: The Viking Press, 1941. a revised edition was published in 1946. Mid-century ed. -- New York, Viking Press, 1958. ; [1962, c1958] Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Selected works, with 12 unpublished letters / edited by Richard Aldington with an introduction. -- London ; Toronto: W. Heinemann, [1946]. The portable Oscar Wilde / selected and edited by Richard Aldington. -- New York: Viking press, 1946. It was reprinted by Viking in 1966. An edition revised by Stanley Weintraub was publ. by Viking, 1981. The religion of beauty : selections from the aesthetes / with an introd. by Richard Aldington. -- London: Heinemann, [1950]. The indispensable Oscar Wilde / selected and edited by Richard Aldington. -- New York, Book Society, 1950. Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930. Sea and Sardinia / with an introd. by Richard Aldington. -- London, Heinemann, [1950]. London: Heinemann, 1956. New York: Viking Press, [1963, c1948]. London: Heinemann, 1968. Kangaroo / with an introd. by Richard Aldington ; original illus. by Michael Jackson. -- [London]: distributed by Heron Books, [1969]. Reprinted by Viking Press, 1976. Return to
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Collected Letters

A passionate prodigality : letters to Alan Bird from Richard Aldington, 1949-1962 / edited with an introd. by Miriam J. Benkovitz. 1st ed. New York : New York Public Library : distributed by Readex Books, c1975. A checklist of the letters of Richard Aldington / compiled with an introd. by Norman Timmins Gates. -- Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, c1977. The dearest friend : a selection from the letters of Richard Aldington to John Cournos / introd. by R. T. Risk. -- Francestown, N.H.: Typographeum, 1978. -- Limited to 100 copies. Literary lifelines, the Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell correspondence / edited by Ian S. MacNiven and Harry T. Moore. New York : Viking Press, 1981. Bubb booklets : letters of Richard Aldington to Charles Clinch Bubb / ed. by Dean H. Keller ; with a preface by Alister Kershaw. 1st ed. -- Francestown, N.H.: Typographeum, 1988. -- Limited to 150 copies. Rev Bubb of Cleveland, Ohio, was one of Aldington's numerous correspondents, and these letters are some of his earliest available. They begin the progress of a self-portrait, and a fascinating depiction of the pre-1914 literary world until 1962 when Aldington died. Richard Aldington : an autobiography in letters / edited by Norman T. Gates. University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c1992. Richard Aldington & H.D. : the early years in letters / edited with an introduction and commentary by Caroline Zilboorg. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1992. Richard Aldington & H.D. : the later years in letters / edited with an introduction and commentary by Caroline Zilboorg. Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, c1995. Return to
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Works cited by the Oxford English Dictionary

The following are references to entries in the Oxford English Dictionary
wherein Aldington's works are quoted
.


balloon, n.1 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter iii. 166
bang, n.1 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter i. 56
bastard, n. and a. 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter i. 56
b'hoy 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero i. i.
bitch, n.1 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter i. 50
bright, a. and n. 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter iii. 142
bunk, v.2 1949 R. Aldington Strange Life of C. Waterton
chichi, n.2 and a. 1933 R. Aldington All Men are Enemies
coronilla 1933 R. Aldington All Men are Enemies i.
et patati et patata, phr. 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero i. i.
Everest 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero i. ii.
Fomorian, n. (and a.) 1959 R. Aldington & D. Ames tr. Larousse Encycl.
greegree 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter v. 287
Imagist, n. (and a.) 1914 R. Aldington in Egoist 1 June 201/1
kempt, ppl. a. 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero iii. xii.
Lawrentian, a. 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter v. 270
muck, v. 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero x. 376
mucker, n.1 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero iii. i.
mucking, ppl. a. 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero iii. x.
mustard, n. 1932 R. Aldington Soft Answers 185
once, adv. (conj., a., n.) 1932 R. Aldington Soft Answers 122
petits chevaux 1929 R. Aldington Death of Hero iii. vi.
rester1 1931 R. Aldington Colonel's Daughter v. 300
sheep, n. 1932 R. Aldington Soft Answers 76
silk, n. and a. 1932 R. Aldington Soft Answers 47
sport, v. 1932 R. Aldington Soft Answers 72
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Works about Richard Aldington

Ayers, David. "Richard Aldington's Death of a Hero: A Proto-Fascist Novel" / David Ayers. In: English [London : Oxford University Press]. Vol. 47, no. 188 (Summer 1998), p. 89-98. A version of this paper also appears in: Ayers, David. English Literature of the 1920s / David Ayers. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c1999. Barlow, Adrian. Answers for my murdered self / by Adrian Barlow. 1st ed. -- Francestown, N.H.: Typographeum, 1987. "This paper was given at the Richard Aldington Symposium, University of Redding, 8th July 1986"--P. [5] "One hundred and fifty copies of this book have been handset and printed"--Colophon. Crawford, Fred D. Richard Aldington and Lawrence of Arabia : a cautionary tale / Fred D. Crawford. -- Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998. Doyle, Charles, 1928- Richard Aldington, a biography / Charles Doyle. -- Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1989. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989. Gates, Norman T. A checklist of the letters of Richard Aldington / compiled with an introd. by Norman Timmins Gates. -- Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, c1977. Gates, Norman T. The poetry of Richard Aldington: a critical evaluation and an anthology of uncollected poems / Norman T. Gates. -- University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, [1975]. Gonzalez-Gerth, Miguel. T.E. Lawrence, Richard Aldington, and the death of heroes / by Miguel Gonzalez-Gerth. -- Austin [Tex.]: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, 1994. International Richard Aldington Conference (1st: 2000 & 2nd: 2002). Writers in Provence : proceedings of the First and Second International Richard Aldington Conferences / edited by Daniel Kempton, H.R. Stoneback. -- Sainte-Maries, France ; New Paltz, NY : Gregau Press and The International Richard Aldington Society, c2003. International Richard Aldington Conference (3rd: 2005). New places : proceedings of the Third International Richard Aldington Conferences / edited by Daniel Kempton, H.R. Stoneback. -- Sainte-Maries, France ; New Paltz, NY : Gregau Press and The International Richard Aldington Society, [2006?]. International Richard Aldington Conference (4th: 2007). Locations and dislocations : proceedings of the Fourth International Richard Aldington Conferences / edited by Daniel Kempton, H.R. Stoneback. -- Sainte-Maries, France ; New Paltz, NY : Gregau Press and The International Richard Aldington Society, [2008?]. Kershaw, Alister. A bibliography of the works of Richard Aldington from 1915 to 1948 / By Alister Kershaw ; With an introd. by Richard Aldington. -- Burlingame, Calif. : W.P. Wreden, 1950, c1949. London: Quadrant Press, 1950. Kershaw, Alister. Richard Aldington, an intimate portrait. -- Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1965]. MacGreevy, Thomas. Richard Aldington, an Englishman / by Thomas McGreevy. -- London, Chatto & Windus, 1931. -------. New York, Haskell House Publishers, 1974. Richard Aldington : reappraisals / edited by Charles Doyle. -- [Victoria, B.C.]: English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1990. Schwalbe, Joachim. Richard Aldington. Der literarische und weltanschauliche Weg eines modernen Englanders. -- Wurzburg: K. Triltsch, 1941. Smith, Richard Eugene. Richard Aldington / by Richard Eugene Smith. -- Boston: Twayne Publishers, c1977. Tanter, Marcy. "Richard Aldington" In: Dictionary of literary biography / [Matthew J. Bruccoli, editorial director]. Detroit : Gale Research, 1978- vol. 149, p. 10- . Temple University. Libraries. Richard Aldington, 1892-1962; a catalogue of the Frank G. Harrington Collection of Richard Aldington and Hilda "H.D." Doolittle, comprising books and manuscripts and miscellanea. -- Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, Special Collections Dept., 1973. Vsesoiuznaia gosudarstvennaia biblioteka inostrannoi literatury (Soviet Union). Richard Oldington; biobibliograficheskii ukazatel'. [Sosatavitel' B. M. Parchervskaia. Otvetstvennyi redaktor N.M. Eitiskina]. -- Moskva: Kniga, 1965. Woolmer, J. Howard. A catalogue of the imagist poets / J. Howard Woolmer; with essays by Wallace Martin and Ian Fletcher. -- New York, 1966. Return to
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Theses and dissertations on Richard Aldington

The literary career of Richard Aldington / by Selwyn Kittredge. 594 leaves. -- Thesis (Ph. D.)--New York University, 1976. Richard Aldington / by Richard Eugene Smith. xii, 334 leaves ; 28 cm. -- Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Utah, 1974. The poetry of Richard Aldington : a critical introduction / by Ruth E. Galloway. 339 leaves ; 28 cm. -- Thesis (Ph. D.)--Texas Tech University, 1972. The poetry of Richard Aldington : a survey of the individual volumes, the COMPLETE POEMS, and the uncollected poems / Norman T. Gates. xxvii, 544 leaves. -- Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Pennsylvania, 1969. The fiction of Richard Aldington / by Sidney Rosenthal. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Harvard University, 1968. Return to
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Copyright holder for Richard Aldington's works

The copyright holder for nearly all of Aldington's works is his daughter,
Catherine Aldington. If you would like to obtain permission to reprint these
works in whole or in part, please contact her agent:
Joanna Marston Rosica Colin Ltd. 1 Clareville Grove Mews London SW7 5AH UNITED KINGDOM phone: 020 7370 1080 fax : 020 7244 6441

Sources for the above bibliography include: Kershaw, Alister, and Frederic-Jacques Temple, eds. Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1965. Gates, Norman T. A Checklist of the Letters of Richard Aldinton. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1977. Doyle, Charles. Richard Aldington: A Biography. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, 1989. The MELVYL on-line union catalog of the University of California. Location:
http://www.dbs.cdlib.org/ And contributions from readers like you.

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