FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
February 1929


Howard avoids a party with the Sunday School class by getting drunk; on the various magazines and newspapers where Howard has published his writing; the parody short fiction "The Case of the College Toilet"; on perversion, followed by some untitled verse, and the poems "The Invocation," "The Chorus of the Chant," and "The Sacrifice."

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