Autograph letter signed to Herbert Kline, 1966 Mar. 15.


Autograph letter signed to Herbert Kline, 1966 Mar. 15.

Discusses the superficiality of book inscriptions ("I have noticed that the required thing is his name in my handwriting -- a futile try for a questionable immortality") and a "clutch of ideas that may hatch out a novel."

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