188 pages | 15 x 21 cm | Softcover with long flaps | fully illustrated tales & nouvelles
EACH BOOK IS NUMBERED & SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR / CADA LIBRO ESTA NUMERADO Y FIRMADO POR EL AUTOR
“During his multiple travels over the region of Massachusetts (1920-1936) in search of ancient chapitels, architectural testimonies of the colonial times, Lovecraft poured a lot of his impressions in letters, essays and travelogs. From these, an attentive reader will note how fascinating is the relation between the real landscapes and buildings with his imagined land along the Miskatonic river: Kingsport, Dunwich, Innsmouth and Arkham. A gloomy horizon connects them all. However, it is Providence, where he wrote and dreamt it all, what remains forever as an interregnum between reality and fiction.”
The stories compiled in this volume are the ones that best evoke both urban and rural places that Lovecraft mapped as his weird New England. The volume “The Dunwich Horror” completes the picture of the so called Lovecraft Country.
|Dimensiones||1 × 14.5 × 21 cm|
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