FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith sad that Sterling can't visit, but claims the country and his company are at their worst; politely declines Bender's offer to visit San Francisco; enclosing a few sonnets (and on mandragora as an aphrodisiac); Smith would like to get away, but not to San Francisco or Auburn; Smith ceasing to submit to magazines (with much bitterness toward editors); Smith signs off hoping they'll meet again at some point. Enclosed: four unidentified sonnets (possibly including "Love Malevolent" and "Duality").

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