FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
March 1932


Barely comprehensible letter written by Howard when he was drunk (or at least playing drunk); invited to visit Kirk Mashburn and E. Hoffmann Price in Houston, but not enough money to go; how he feels less intelligent and talents than others like Lovecraft and Price say he is, and hints at a deal Charley Cox wanted him to sign but he did not; on getting drunk with Lindsey Tyson and reading Shakespeare (particularly Henry V).

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