FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO J. Vernon Shea


On Jewish influence of New York publishing (spurred by a comment from Bernard Kopp-Davis) seguing into disparagement of "foreign" influence on American culture in general, seguing again to French-Canadians in Quebec (and French influence in Rhode Island), on Lovecraft's recent fiction, on pacifism and the war (particularly with regard to the militarization of Japan and China) in the aftermath of World War I, on the "dropped egg," newspaper work not very good preparation for a novelist, thanks on the gift of the first two issues of Story (and formula fiction).

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