FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
Jan 1928


Apologies for not visiting, as he was out on Pecan Bayou with Truett Vinson; Howard waxes philosophical and cosmic on life; the poem "Symbols"; praise for Smith as a poet; the poems "Romany Road," "Love," "The Chant Demoniac," "A Man," "The Grey Lover" and "Life"; the satire "King Hootus."

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