FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Kirk


Apologies for the long silence; on the books Kirk mentioned - Casanova, Nietzsche, and Schopenhauer (though he doesn't class them as Germans); asking to make Kirk a book-plate; spring has begun; Smith begun a series of drawings of women's heads (Charmion, Sappho, Clarimonde, and Victoria Fulton, the heroine of A Bed of Roses); Smith not heard from Samuel Loveman lately; Smith sent some poems to Alice Meynell, but not heard back yet, and doubts anyone will take "The Hashish-Eater"; best wishes.

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Preceded By 023-0046 Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and George Kirk Followed by 023-0050
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