Conrad Aiken

Standard Name: Aiken, Conrad


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Family and Intimate relationships Joan Aiken
JA 's father was Conrad Aiken (1889-1973), born in Savannah, Georgia: a modernist poet, critic, and editor of Emily Dickinson . He had been publishing poetry for ten years when Joan was born, and...
Friends, Associates T. S. Eliot
London at this date was a heady place for a young poet to be, and this was as much because of the presence of Americans (like Ezra Pound and Conrad Aiken , both of whom...
Literary responses T. S. Eliot
Conrad Aiken , reviewing, wrote: Mr. Eliot seems to be definitely and defeatedly in retreat from the present and of his hostility towards the modern world.
Collini, Stefan. “Buffed-Up Scholar”. London Review of Books, No. 16, pp. 13 -16.
Literary responses Dorothy Richardson
Later in 1928, the New York Post printed a review of Oberland, with an assessment of Pilgrimage as a whole, by the poet Conrad Aiken . He declared that Richardson deserved as precise and...
Textual Production Joan Aiken
In collaboration with her sister and half-brother, JA produced a book of memoirs entitled Conrad Aiken , Our Father: the cover title was Conrad Aiken Remembered.
British Library Catalogue.


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