FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Helen V. Sully


A cure for a sense of oppression, leading into a discussion on happiness, and then funerals and internment (with a preference for cremation), on Sully's friend that has become a Communist (and Communism in general), on lack of biological basis for anti-social tendencies, on personal collapse from various causes (with reference to Hart Crane).

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Preceded By 000-0705 Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Helen V. Sully Followed By 000-0712
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