FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO James F. Morton


Lovecraft completes To Quebec and the Stars, on tradition, on scattered interests, on a materialist universe, on the mob and political philosophy, on international relations (particularly Woodrow Wilson's pacifism), on being a realist (rather than an idealist), the poem Unity from Clark Ashton Smith, on race (as well as evolution and cultural contamination), on arguing and misanthropy.

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