FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Some notes on Lovecraft's love of his native countryside, including a particularly impressive rainbow. Also, a brief account of several dreams. Bernard Austion Dwyer received a fuller account of one particular dream in another letter, which Dwyer excerpted and had published under Lovecraft's byline as "The Evil Clergyman" (1939).

Note: Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith quotes from this letter on Lovecraft's evaluation of a "plot robot."

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