FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Robert E. Howard


On Howard's weird tales of Texas, leading into Lovecraft's own feelings on the weird and race; on Howard's tale of Bigfoot Wallace; on Saxons, Danes, and other racial matters, leading in to Henry S. Whitehead on racial mixture in the Virgin Islands; on modern economics; more on the height of Americans; more on poetry; on the Charleston earthquake of 1886; a lengthy section on Lovecraft's identification with ancient Rome (seguing into disparaging stereotyping of foreigners, and from there to Howard's similar comments on Mexican).

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