023-0172
023-0172
FROM Clark Asthon Smith
TO R. H. Barlow
6-Aug-1933

Abstract

Smith sending another copy of The Double Shadow and Others in compensation for the one crushed in transit; on Smith's correspondence with Henry S. Whitehead and George Sterling; brief notes on A. A. Milne and King Kong; on Smith's latest writing, mentioning his father's illness, selling two stories ("The Flower-Women" and "The Death of Malygris") to Farnsworth Wright, and Lovecraft and Smith both contributing to the Fantasy Fan; advice on maintaining a cosmic perspective against mundane troubles; on a spirit photograph (with mention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle); Smith gifts Barlow a note from George Sterling; best wishes. Postscript: Smith cannot identify a quotation.

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Preceded By None Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and R. H. Barlow Followed by 023-0176
Preceded By 023-0171 Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith Followed By 023-0173
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