FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO James F. Morton


On identifying himself (and his genealogy) with New England, on the past (versus the present, seguing into extrapolation of current trends into Brave New World-esque future society), on the trend toward measurement and quantification to life (intelligence tests, etc.), a missed appointment with Wilfred Blanch Talman, on bookplates, on Morton's absence from the Kalems, not having heard from Samuel Loveman or George Kirk recently, Clark Ashton Smith trying his hand at writing fiction ("A Night in Malneant," "The End of the Story"), possible mention in a column of The Providence Journal discussing horror fiction.

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