FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith received Sterling's book The Caged Eagle and Other Poems (mentioning "Conspiracy," "The Caged Eagle," "Shakespeare," "The Shadow of Nirvana," "The Fall of the Year," "The Gleaner," and "Moloch"); on Smith's health and a planned volume of fantastic prose; Smith's parents laid up with sciatica and a bruised leg, and Smith himself packing fruit; Smith submitting to magazines but not selling, and enclosing a copy of "Coldness" for Bohemia; Smith wishes he could see Sterling, and asks him to remind Dr. Abrams to come up to Auburn; on the weather and sleeping outdoors.

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