FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Frank Belknap Long


On "The Rats in the Walls" (with resort to scientific racialism), on the hoping to land "Hypnos" and "The Rats in the Walls" with Weird Tales, on "The Alchemist", on loaning out M. P. Shiel's The Pale Ape, Samuel Loveman finishes The Hermaphrodite, on Home Brew, Lovecraft's anglophilism and racial theories explain why British horror is superior to French or Italian, a materialist look at the cosmos (in an essential rebuttal to T. S. Eliot), on Annie Gamwell taking Lovecraft to Nentaconhant Hill and environs, on a ramble with C. M. Eddy, Jr. to Dark Swamp (with HPL resorting to verse to describe it).

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