FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


A local cold spell, on a lecture on Spinoza (and the Rhode Island Philosophical Society), thanks for the Circle poetry anthology, thanks for the New Years cards (and on celebrating with the gang and Donald Wandrei in New York), on poetry magazines and writing spontaneously, on artificiality in writing (and the superiority of modern novels over Victorian ones, and his inability to write formula detective stories), on moving and the worst experience he ever had, the gift of a crystal radio set (and a copy of Melmoth, the Wanderer from W. Paul Cook), a reading of the poetry of James Stephens and Walter de la Mare, weather mild.

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