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LORD OF A VISIBLE WORLD: An Autobiography in Letters

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Lovecraft (1890-1937) is considered by devotees of the macabre to be the greatest American writer since Edgar Allan Poe. Like Poe, Lovecraft labored in penury and in considerable obscurity, and his posthumous vindication (while not on the scale of Poe's) has been remarkable. Ever since reprints first appeared in the 1960s, Lovecraft's stories of too-curious-for-their-own-good academics, inbred and ... Read full review

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