FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Hope Smith will have no more trouble with Seymour about the book; on pure poetry vs. vitalistic poetry; on Smith's translations of Baudelaire; Sterling enjoyed "RĂªve Parisien"; Smith need not type up Sterling's poems; Sterling going up to Bohemian Grove to see "Cremation of Care," the club accepting "Truth" for its 1926 Grove play; Lafler is still in his stone house below the Sur. Enclosed: Pascal-Covici failed. Enclosed: Clipping from the Yale Review with "Sierran Dawn."

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