FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


Apologies for delay in replying, preparing for a trip, on At the Mountains of Madness, condolences on Toldridge's aunt's death, on book publication (with reference to Everett McNeil), Cook's failure and the loss of The Shunned House, on the cuttings Toldridge sent (particularly on pronunciation in Baltimore), on the status of poetry, on space, on democracy (and the possibility of a European Union), thanks for the Poetry Review and Carillon.

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