Sylvester, Margaret


Sylvester, Margaret
   (b. 1918)
   correspondent of HPL (1934–37). She had written to HPL in care of WT,asking him to explain the origin and meaning of the term Walpurgisnacht . She later married and became Margaret Ronan, writing the preface to a school edition of HPL’s tales, The Shadow over Innsmouth and Other Stories of Horror (Scholastic Books, 1971).

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