Dagon and Other Macabre Tales (H.P. Lovecraft Omnibus, #2)
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Dagon and Other Macabre Tales

by H. P. Lovecraft
Release date: 1985
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy, horrorweird fiction, short stories
Tags: cthulhu mythos

Step into a nightmare world of hellish horror! Crawling, clawing, sliming horror, seeping from the night-tipped pen of that Grand Master of heart-stopping supernatural terror – H. P. Lovecraft.

Sample a dark universe peopled with gods best forgotten and strange races best left undiscovered. Shudder in the dank breath of an ages-old evil blowing icily from the dusk-shrouded eons of time before history. Savour, in this classic collection of masterpieces of the weird and eerie, the grave-fresh tang of total fear. Here is horror to set your skin crawling from your spine's based to your scalp – and back again.

"A real collector's piece for connoisseurs of the unusual! Lovers of the macabre, the sinister and the uncanny, take note."The Guardian

Contents:

  • Introduction by August Derleth
  • Dagon
  • The Tomb
  • Polaris
  • Beyond the Wall of Sleep
  • The Doom That Came to Sarnath
  • The White Ship
  • Arthur Jermyn
  • The Cats of Ulthar
  • Celephais
  • From Beyond
  • The Temple
  • The Tree
  • The Moon-bog
  • The Nameless City
  • The Other Gods
  • The Quest of Iranon
  • Herbert West - Reanimator
  • The Hound
  • Hypnos
  • The Festival
  • The Unnamable
  • Imprisoned With the Pharaohs
  • He
  • The Horror at Red Hook
  • The Strange High House in the Mist
  • In the Walls of Eryx
  • The Evil Clergyman
  • The Beast in the Cave
  • The Alchemist
  • Poetry and the Gods
  • The Street
  • The Transition of Juan Romero
  • Azathoth (fragment)
  • The Descendant (fragment)
  • The Book (fragment)
  • The Thing in the Moonlight (fragment)
  • Supernatural Horror in Literature (essay)
(updated 2017-01-16)

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