FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Bernard Austin Dwyer


On Dwyer's art for "Pickman's Model," on Baudelaire, on the Kalem club, on various pieces of Lovecraft's published and unpublished fiction ("The White Ship," The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, "The Shunned House," "The Statement of Randolph Carter"), on methods of artistic creation and Lovecraft's education and literary development (referencing Abdul Alhazred, Arabian Nights, Edgar Allan Poe, lost stories "The Mysterious Ship" and "The Secret of the Grave," etc.) proceeding to his early work with the United Amateur and W. Paul Cook ("The Tomb," "Dagon"); returning to methods of writing (including multiple revisions), literary Lovecraft doesn't care for (Dickens, Kipling, Stevenson), on Dwyer's "Old Black Trail" and back to some autobiographical elements.

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