FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO J. Vernon Shea


On his Quebec trip, with visits to Salem and Marblehead on the way back, essay on the problem of race and culture and Hitler (a mostly-familiar development of Lovecraft's thoughts on race, culture, and civilization, with references to China, Japan, Slavs, Jews, Hindus, Classical civilizations etc.) seguing into discussion of post-World War I Germany (based in part on a recent visit by a neighbor), on Robert Bloch (with reference to Clark Ashton Smith and August Derleth), on Proust (mention of "Within a Budding Grove" and "The Guermantes Way"), autumn has come.

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