Re: [HP Lovecraft] Literary Criticism/Interpretation on Lovecraft
- S.T. Joshi's "An Epicure in the Terrible" collection includes a number
of essays by different authors giving literary criticism of Lovecraft.
I believe it remains one of the best out there, and more accessible
and varied than other scholarly works on Lovecraft.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "edher666" <edheri@...> wrote:
> Do you know of any that relate especifically to the Cthulhu Mythos?
> I have found the names of some books, like the one you mentioned for
> example, but have not been able to get a hold of them on any
> library...what about the web, do you know of any reliable site that
> talks about the Cthulhu Mythos? I tried Cult of Cthulhu, but it is
> of a Satanist Cult with Lovecraftian philosophies I guess.
> --- In email@example.com, lovecraftian@ wrote:
> > On 11/4/07, edher666 <edheri@> wrote:
> > Does anyone know of any good sources on literary criticism and
> > interpretations on Lovecrafts work? The format does not
> matter, either
> > books, web, anything will do? Any info is appreciated!!
> > "H. P.. Lovecraft: Four Decades of Criticism", edited by S T.
> Joshi is
> > perhaps a bit dated now, but it's still the basic starting point in
> > Lovecraft criticism. Also, see
> > http://www.hplovecraft.com/study/litcrit/for a good listing of
> > basis references. That web site, "The H. P.
> > Lovecraft Archive", also offers a comprehensive listing of
> > resources online.
> > Ken Hill
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
that's a video review of Cthulhu Cult by TaR0uk.
and here's the third CoC video...
thanks for watching,
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