FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
Late 1928, early 1929


Howard would rather his biography (whether written by Truett Vinson or Tevis Clyde Smith) not appear in the Junto (and not wanting to bare his soul); the poem "A Song of College"; on his attitude toward vice and the struggle of intellect and animal instinct; the poem "That Women May Sing of Us," "Sighs in the Yellow Leaves," "A Song of Greenwich," "Ballade," "Envoy," and untitled verse.

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