FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Harold Preece
Jan/Feb 1928


Howard's measurements; on how fragile goods are made, seguing into talk of women, and from there to a boxing anecdote; a story of Howard's appearing in the next Weird Tales ("The Dream Snake" or "The Hyena"); tired of reading about the degeneracy or praises of the younger generation; on the lack of pleasure in life, and the current civilization, with reference to his tendency to the primitive in his writing.

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