From the Library of America to the Mountains of Madness: Recent Discourse on H. P. Lovecraft

  title={From the Library of America to the Mountains of Madness: Recent Discourse on H. P. Lovecraft},
  author={Steffen H. Hantke},
Howard Philips Lovecraft is either one of three people. He is, first and foremost the product of a community of readers and fans, starting perhaps most auspiciously with August Derleth and Donald Wandrei, who created Arkham House in 1939 as a publishing venture specifically to keep Lovecraft’s work in print. Second, there is the H. P. Lovecraft who is the subject of academic inquiry. Much like Poe or Twain or Faulkner, Lovecraft even has his very own academic journal, Lovecraft Studies (founded… 
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