FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Returning the excerpt from Estelle P. Crane's letter, and on Smith being more a romantic than a cynic; Smith unwell and unproductive, unsure when he will go to Roseville; Smith likes the poems Sterling sent, but has nothing to share except a prose-poem ("In Cocaigne"); having heard nothing from T. R. Smith (and on the idiots at the local post-office); no word from Samuel Loveman, but a letter from Leo Mihan, with mention of Dr. Abrams; asking for money; on marriage. Enclosed: "In Cocaigne."

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