FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
November 1932


The poem "Lines to G. B. Shaw"; a warm reception to "Worms of the Earth" and concerns about the sex in that tale and "Black Colossus"; the poem "A Mick in Israel"; a line on the meaningless of life; the poems "Musings" and "Envoy."

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