FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Harold S. Farnese


On weird fiction and the sense of the unknown, on his application of his philosophy to his own work and artificial mythology (with reference to Lord Dunsany, Arthur Machen, and Edgar Allan Poe), on the proposed musical collaboration seguing into Lovecraft admitting to have never worked on a drama (such as Dunsany's Gods of the Mountain or O'Neill's Emperor Jones).

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