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Lovecraft: A Biography

  title={Lovecraft: A Biography},
  author={De Camp and L. Sprague},
‘Don’t be a Zombie’: Deep Ecology and Zombie Misanthropy
This article examines the waysin which the Gothic imagination has been used to convey the message of environmentalism, looking specifically at attempts to curb population growth, such as the video
Altar Call of Cthulhu: Religion and Millennialism in H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos
Religion suffuses H.P. Lovecraft’s (1890–1937) short stories—the most famous of which, “The Call of Cthulhu,” has led to a literary subculture and a shared mythos employed by Lovecraft’s successors.
Stylometry and collaborative authorship: Eddy, Lovecraft, and 'The Loved Dead'
Stylometric methods are used to provide evidence for a claim about the authorship of the story and to analyze the nature of Eddy’s collaboration with Lovecraft.
“Spawn of the Pit”: Lavinia, Marceline, Medusa, and All Things Foul: H. P. Lovecraft’s Liminal Women
Despite interest in H. P. Lovecraft’s own relationships with women, his controlling aunts, and his limited marriage, his female characters are rarely explored critically, possibly because they are so
“A Certain Resemblance”: Abject Hybridity in H. P. Lovecraft’s Short Fiction
In this chapter I examine the manner in which H. P. Lovecraft depicts the African subcontinent and its peoples in two of his short stories: “Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family”
Out of the Shadows: A Structuralist Approach to Understanding the Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft
Although Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937) is generally regarded as one of the world's finest writers of horror and science fiction, his work has received little critical attention by mainstream
Secondary Worlds in Pre-Tolkienian Fantasy Fiction
This thesis provides a survey of four writers who created fictional fantasy worlds as settings for their stories. Before the widespread success of JRR Tolkien‟s The Lord of the Rings in the 1960s,