H.P. Lovecraft (1890–1937) HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT (20 August 1890–15 March 1937) is probably best known as a writer of weird fiction, but some believe his voluminous correspondence to be his greatest accomplishment.
Joshi, in H. P. Lovecraft: The Decline of the West, places Spengler at the center of his discussion of Lovecraft's political and philosophical ideas. According to him, the idea of decline is the single idea that permeates and connects his personal philosophy.
Although the H. P. Lovecraft album was largely overlooked at the time of its release and had gone out of print by the early 1970s, its reputation has continued to grow over the years. A revival in interest in the band and their music began in the late 1980s,  with Edsel Records reissuing the album and its follow-up together on the At the ...
John Carpenter himself is an admitted H.P. Lovecraft fan, so it'd hardly be surprising if he drew a little inspiration from the story, even indirectly (there actually is some resemblance between the sequences where Mac and Copper investigate the Norwegian camp in The Thing and the scene where Dyer and Danforth investigate Lake's camp in At The ...
H. P. Lovecraft Books Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937), commonly known as H. P. Lovecraft, was an American author known for his works of horror fiction (many of which have been adapted into movies).
A complete list of all the electronic texts of Lovecraft’s writings available on The H.P. Lovecraft Archive. Collections of Lovecraft’s Works (Bookstore) A list of books (and the companies that publish them) in which Lovecraft’s works may be found, as well as links to online bookstores where these books may be purchased.
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