FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On Smith's improving health, and not feeling like writing; no word from Samuel Loveman; on Robinson, Smith's book (with Sterling offering to talk to Bennett about it), and Sterling's annual statement; on Saltus' books (mentioning The Anatomy of Negation and Imperial Purple); Sterling wrote two sonnets, "Germany in Belgium," and sold them to McClure's (also mentions "Revenge"); Mrs. Clark gone to New York, but Sterling to meet with her sister, who is eager for Smith to try out Dr. Rothchild's Serum and have Dr. Abrams exam him again.

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