FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


On the Dunsany books Lovecraft had lent, on Edward L. White of Andivius Hedulio, a brief note on his trip and Gruyeres, on the descendants of John Carter (and the influence on Lovecraft's character Randolph Carter) and Lovecraft's genealogy, comments on Toldridge's poetry (seguing into a discussion on the indifference of the cosmos to human morality), on British Labour's political victory in the United Kingdom (leading to brief notes on socialism, powerful business interests, and the dissolution of the old aristocratic order).

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