FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Thanks and praise for Lilith (with comparison to Swinburne, Browning, and Stephen Phillips); asking to buy a couple copies to send to Samuel Loveman and others; on some misprints in Lilith; glad Sterling liked Smith's verses, and praise for "The Face of the Skies" (with a note Sterling has never sent "Spring in Carmel"); Smith identifies the unknown fan from the last letter as Frank Lillie Pollack (who thinks Smith should submit his work to John Lane); including some more verses. Enclosed: "Beyond the Great Wall," "The Ennuyé," "In Lemuria," "Omar," "Solution."

Cited By

  • "Men and Women in the Mirror" (Oakland Enquirer 10 January 1920)

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