033-0051
033-0051
FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
Oct 1927

Abstract

Howard waxes sesquipedalian, leading in to a burlesque parody, "The Fastidious Fooey Mancucu"; quotations from The Ballad of the White Horse; on receiving Smith's letter (and jokes at Smith's job advertising Camay soap); on his weight and physical development; the poems "Lilith," "The Gods Remember," "The Dreams of Men," "The Builders," "The Road to Babel," and "Memories"; on having heard from Klatt. In a postscript talks of having sold "The Shadow Kingdom" and "The Dream Snake."

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Preceded By 033-0050 Letters of Robert E. Howard and Tevis Clyde Smith Followed By 033-0052
Preceded By 033-0050 Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Followed By 033-0052
Preceded By 033-0050 Robert E. Howard Selected Letters Followed By 033-0052
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