FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Frank Belknap Long


On Lovecraft's commonplace book, cuttings, and Roman dream; lengthy essay materialism and relativity (drawing heavily on Einstein, emphasizing the inconsequential nature of humanity in the cosmic scheme), seguing into man's development of religion and civilization, and the effects on the current generation (particularly religious fundamentalism or introverts, including a detailed 14-point list of their motivations/failings), the artistic failing of moderns; on receiving a letter from Francis Flagg.

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