FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith


On The Kasîdah of Hâjî Abdû El-Yezdî and The Profits of Religion, seguing into cosmicism and idealism (with a brief aside on Vanderbilt and Howard Preece, the latter now in Wichita Falls), narrow-mindedness, religion, and philosophy; on science and poetry; Howard wishing he could go to Europe and live a life of research; on the cinema; returning to The Kasîdah and poetry (including a list of the world's greatest authors, particularly Jack London and Omar Khayyám); an unnamed noir-ish play, an exercise in realism; on a manuscript he tried to place with Weird Tales and the Argosy All-Story; on wanting to write something that will sell.

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