FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


On developments in Rome, a brief note on his Quebec trip, a word from H. Warner Munn on W. Paul Cook, thanks for The Poetry Review (with reference to Lord Dunsany), on the origin of bull-fighting, permission to quote Lovecraft on poetry (and a remark on Chinese/Japanese poetry), on placing a manuscript with a publisher, on his New England correspondents (including the Maine wizard and Salem witch descendant), on breaking into Weird Tales and other pulps (including Clark Ashton Smith's recent success with Wonder Stories), on the cuttings Toldridge sent (veering into politics); Lovecraft's aunt in better health.

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