FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
November 1928


Lurid praise for Smith's talent, and thanks for Smith's comment in the Junto; the erotic poem "Song From An Ebony Heart", and another untitled ballad; criticism on the last Junto; the poems "Rebellion" and "A Great Man Speaks"; ruminations on Harold Preece and Howard's own nature (with an aside on Upton Sinclair), seguing into capitalists, communists, and labor; on women, particularly woman-beating; the parody poem "Yodels of Good Sneer to the Pipple, Damn Them" and a few brief lines of erotic verse; on Howard's parodies and joy at saying things that shock people (and on his failings as a writer); more untitled poetry.

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