FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO August Derleth


On Lovecraft's writing style and modesty; on Derleth's business with writing work, especially compared to Smith's lack of energy, seguing into discussion of Flaubert (with reference to Benjamin De Casseres and his book Fantasia Impromptu: The Adventures of an Intellectual Faun); on R. H. Barlow and Communism; on the Lovecraft mythos. Postscript: On Smith's criticisms of "The Return of Hastur."

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Preceded By 023-0211 Clark Ashton Smith: Letters to H. P. Lovecraft Followed By None
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