Lovecraft


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Love•craft

(ˈlʌvˌkræft, -ˌkrɑft)

n.
H(oward) P(hillips), 1890–1937, U.S. writer.
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Lovecraft was in possession of in-depth knowledge of black magick.
Lovecraft, on Cowbridge Road East, in Canton was first granted a Sex Establishment Licence in September 2001.
Lovecraft (who is perhaps best known for his nightmarish depictions of godlike eldritch monstrosities such as Cthulhu).
Lovecraft, Stephen King, Clive Barker, and many others.
Lovecraft becomes--revealingly, and surprisingly--a guiding spirit for the anti-rationalist thinking of a movement attempting to come to terms with the failure of the Enlightenment, as represented by European fascism.
Lovecraft, Shirley Jackson, Joan Aiken and others - some of the best of 19th and 20th-century writers - and focuses on tales of the 'uncanny'.
Narragansett Beer has announced the release of Innsmouth Olde Ale, the second in a limited edition of the Lovecraft Series honoring legendary horror author and a native of Providence H.
Among the deals Sottile has closed recently are: Lovecraft, Johnies Favorite, Simone, Lucky Chengs and Angus Club Steakhouse.
John Engle's paper on Lovecraft examines a use of tradition that can be particularly troubling: the adoption of an author's work, against his own intentions, as a quasi-religious text for cultic practices.
Lovecraft (August 20, 1890 - March 15, 1937) was an American author who achieved posthumous fame through his influential works of horror fiction.
Already in Texas, one Rusty Eulberg has cooked a creature based on a being in a horror story by HP Lovecraft, which he calls Cthurkey - a roast turkey covered in bacon strips, stuffed with an octopus, with crabs legs sticking out the side.
Author Callaghan goes beyond traditional scholarship on horror master Lovecraft to discover the origins of various themes in Lovecraft's psyche and in his life experiences.