FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


No news to report on Smith's financial assistance; Sterling's sister Marian visited a few weeks ago, during which visit her husband died of the flu; Sterling also had the flue, and has to abstain from alcohol; Louise "Jo" Hansen gone to El Paso, so Sterling could not give Smith's message; the address of Henry Holt Co., with concerns about their tastes (mentioning Robert Frost and Robert Cortes Holliday); praise for Smith's sonnet ("Necromancy") and Sterling just written one of his own ("The Twilight of the Grape"), as well as five other poems; on the cold winter. Postscript: Regards to Andrew Dewing. Enclosed: "The Twilight of the Grape."

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