Title IN A MINOR KEY. OP 2. . .
Book Condition Very good +.
Publisher Brooklyn, New York: Emolyn G.S. Isaacson, 1915.
Seller ID 103
A very strong attack against H.P. Lovecraft and his amateur journal, "The Conservative" is taken in the essay "Concerning the Conserative" by Charles D. Isaacson in his two page essay - "Mr. Lovecraft is "against freedom of speech," "Against freedom of thought," against the liberty of the press, is against tolerance of color, creed and equality, upholds race prejudice, in favor of monarchy and despite his repeated abeisance to the intellectuality and spirituality of the Jew, he continually attempts to place him apart..." Most vociferous acqusations in this excellent article a major critique of its time against Lovecraft's immature views. An unfolded copy.