FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO James F. Morton
January 1931


The "graphite" Lovecraft had sent turns out to be coal, on Lovecraft's nickname for Wilfred Blanch Talman, on page 65 of To Quebec and the Stars, on not needing reading or conversation with meals seguing into several pages of free-association chains, on the "negro problem" seguing at last into complaint of contemporary United States and Canada, on an article by Hergesheimer, on enjoyment and existence, on "emergent evolution" and quantum theory.

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