FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith inscribed the book to Mrs. J. B. Coryell and sent it on; on the weather; on "The Hunting of Astarte"; enclosing some poems, which are all Smith has written of late; Smith received Henri Bergson's Creative Evolution, returning The Ape, the Idiot, and the Other People, and asking for the loan of Sterling's translations of Baudelaire and Verlaine; enclosing a story of Smith's from The Black Cat to compare to Morrow's "His Unconquerable Enemy," and how he may have to go back to writing stories again. Enclosed: "The Clouds," and either "The Mahout" or "The Raja and the Tiger."

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