- “In Memoriam: Robert Ervin Howard“
- Essay (1,580 words); written in June or July 1936. First published in Fantasy Magazine(September 1936); rpt. MWPoignant overview of Howard’s life and work, written shortly after his suicide. The essay is based largely on a letter to E.Hoffmann Price (July 5, 1936). A shorter version (probably written first) appeared as “Robert Ervin Howard: 1906–1936” ( Phantagraph,August 1936). HPL also wrote a letter to WTon Howard’s death (published in the letter column in October 1936).
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