FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Bernard Austin Dwyer


On his lodgings in Brooklyn (Syrian neighbors, the Kalem club members, and the fiction it might inspire, resulting in "The Horror at Red Hook"); on Fitz Hugh Lulow's The Hasheesh Eater, on Loveman's The Hermaphrodite, Lovecraft as a materialist and the basic fiction of Christianity, on "The Strange High House in the Mist" and The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, enclosed "The Colour Out of Space," "Polaris," and "In the Vault."

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