Just a word to say that I'm happy about your Nov. number. The Robinson article is a shrewd and really penetrating bit of criticism, I believe. Fair and kindly, too. It's a bull's eye shot, no doubt.

And the installment of the Sentimental Journey is corkingly good, with the note in it I wanted to hear.

The book has aroused a lot enthusiasm. Macmillans have written me 3 urgent letters, asking to publish it. They heard of it by accident. Amusing.

With love always,

After 5 days, return to Neihardt ............................... BRANSON, MO.
BRANSON DEC 4 1 -PM 1931 MO.


Dr. J.T. House New River State College Montgomery, West Virginia