FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Robert E. Howard


Returning to their argument: on regional standards, on the term "enemy of humanity," Lovecraft explains part of their argument on the Southwest is based on a misconception on his part, lengthy discourse on brutality and war (as well as barbarians, civilization, sadism, justified use of force, cultural autonomy and conflict), focusing particularly on the Italian invasion of Abyssinia, the League of Nations, and the attitudes of local Italians in Providence; praise of the pioneers of Texas; on genealogy.

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