FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO J. Vernon Shea


On experience and writing, on Shea's "To Love a Faun" seguing into a discussion of characterization, on mixed-race marriage, on Jewish influence in New York City (particularly publishing, and revisiting Lovecraft's ideas on cultural contamination), about schools and traditions in writing, on the proper course for a young writer.

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