To Quebec and the Stars

by H. P. Lovecraft
Release date: 1976
Type: other fiction
Genres: non-fiction

To Quebec and the Stars is a collection of seventeen essays by H. P. Lovecraft. Assembled and edited by L. Sprague de Camp.

Contents:

  • Trans-Neptunian Planets
  • November Skies
  • June Skies
  • May Skies
  • The Truth About Mars
  • Metrical Regularity
  • Allowable Rhyme
  • A reminiscence of Dr. Samuel Johnson
  • The Literature of Rome
  • What Belongs in Verse
  • The Crime of the Century
  • Nietzscheism and Realism
  • A Confession of Unfaith
  • A Descent to Avernus
  • Some Dutch Footprints in New England
  • The Unknown City in the Ocean
  • A Description of the Town of Quebec
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