Signed autograph letter, topeka (kansas), March 27, 1960, 1/2 page in folio, printed heading \Unusual letter from the author of the best of all worlds. Thank you for your letter. Iam at present so it is impossible to make a commitment to it. Reached an early near blindness, he turned to the exploration of the inner world and then to literary creation: besides some poems, he published novels such as his famous counter-utopia the best of all worlds (1932), short stories, theoretical works on the problems of perception, and edited the correspondence of d. His work, sometimes marked by a real formal research, is mainly a large laboratory ideas, sometimes unconventional, for example on the use of natural drugs to access a higher perception.
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