BB. Richard Aldington
14. To Earl Miner, 1951. Quoted in Miner (A25), 1958, pp. 159-60.
Aldington’s letters acknowledge a debt to ukiyoe
and translations of poems from them in the British Museum Print Room (see
3), and mention specifically the use of Japanese materials
in The River (see 2) and Insouciance
(9a). Miner does not mention
the number or dates of letters from Aldington, but Gates (see 16) lists three, of 30 January, 24 February, and 4 April
1951. These would be in the Miner Papers at UCLA (CB3).