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By Mike Westrop

"No.10 Squadron of England's Royal Naval Air carrier used to be shaped at St. Pol, a suburb of Dunkerque, in February 1917, as a part of the swift naval aviation enlargement programme required through the Royal Naval Air Service's dedication to help the Royal Flying Cor"

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And stayed with Pound and his family at Swarthmore. D. to concerts on two occasions. She was a lover of music and was attracted to this charming and talented man. ). O Walter you are like great dogwood trees, men are trees sometimes. . Your face is alabaster. ’3 Through Rummel she met another close friend of Pound’s, the 30-year-old expatriate pianist from Indiana, Margaret Cravens. It was Rummel who had introduced Pound and Cravens in 1910, and she had since been paying Pound an annuity of two hundred dollars, which constituted the major part of his regular income.

We are prompted to speculate whether these were unconscious or not and what motivation lay behind them. Part of the explanation is that this is not autobiography but memoir – an urbane account of the life experiences of a successful and cosmopolitan writer provided for the entertainment of a literary American readership. It was also intended to be a portrait of a British way of life written at a time when Britain was under siege. Perhaps it is no surprise that we have to pick our way very carefully through it to discover the ‘real’ Aldington.

To concerts on two occasions. She was a lover of music and was attracted to this charming and talented man. ). O Walter you are like great dogwood trees, men are trees sometimes. . Your face is alabaster. ’3 Through Rummel she met another close friend of Pound’s, the 30-year-old expatriate pianist from Indiana, Margaret Cravens. It was Rummel who had introduced Pound and Cravens in 1910, and she had since been paying Pound an annuity of two hundred dollars, which constituted the major part of his regular income.

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