FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO J. Vernon Shea


On Shea's break in writing, on experience (including visiting a speakeasy with George Kirk in 1926), on "The Cell" (and details of Spain), on the Nazis (and Hitler and Mussolini, and the Jew-dominated publishing industry in New York), on the Scottsboro case, on T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, on "Through the Gates of the Silver Key," on Shea and Derleth's reading, on Florida crackers, on V. F. Calverton (seguing into discussion of American civilization and character), on foreign cultural influence (and versus the original foreign colonies) in America, on the undermining of American civilization and artistic aesthetic.

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