FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


On Toldridge's poetry (and intellectual common property), on masters of literature, on finding individual style, brief notes on the style of writers like Walter Pater, Swinburne, Oscar Wilde, and Baudelaire; on finding a publisher for poetry; on the air of realism in Lovecraft's fiction (and the influence of Dunsany and Machen), on druids (seguing into mention of the witch-cult hypothesis and "little people") and Toldridge's response to the material on Long, Loveman, and Clark Ashton SMith; more notes on Toldridge's poetry, simplicity in poetry, on ancestral connections, on The House of the Isles again and various Scottish connections, on "The Fortunes of a Family" (leading into a brief discussion of old Providence and Newport and the name Gervas), on Toldridge's cuttings (with mention of his meeting Lord Dunsany in 1919).

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