Richard Aldington and H.D.

Aldington, Richard and Hilda Dolittle

Both pioneers of modern literature, Richard Aldington and Hilda Dolittle, often separated by distance or divorce, wrote to each other about their work and feelings for each other. Caroline Zilboorg offers an intimate portrait of one of last century's most fascinating literary couples, from the later years c1930-1960.



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Publisher: Manchester University Press. First English edition 1995
Owner signature else fine in very good dustwrapper sunned adjacent to the spine of the rear panel.

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