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Lovecraft: A Study in the Fantastic

@inproceedings{Lvy1988LovecraftAS,
  title={Lovecraft: A Study in the Fantastic},
  author={Maurice L{\'e}vy},
  year={1988}
}
Maurice L?vy's book is a penetrating analysis of the themes running through the works of H. P. Lovecraft, the writer of horror and supernatural fiction. Broader than a thematic study, however, L?vy's analysis is unique in his use of Lovecraft's work as a model for fantastic writing in general and in his provocative theory as to why Lovecraft wrote the sort of works he did. At an early age, Lovecraft sloughed off all religious belief and came to adopt a bleak and nihilistic philosophy where… 
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