FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Bernard Austin Dwyer
June 1927


On Lovecraft's New England (with reference to The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath), the social and political changes of urban industrialization (seguing into a rant on how contemporary conditions cause poor art), on the South, on New England again (its troubles and golden age, brought down by industrialism), on Robert Frost, on Lovecraft's passion for old things (reflected in "The Festival" and "The Tomb"), about "The Unnameable" and its origin in Mather's Magnalia Christi Americana, on Mary E. Willkins' The Shadows on the Wall.

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