Howard Lovecraft

The Complete Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft

    Lykke Veruphas quoted3 years ago
    By July she had ceased to speak and crawled on all fours, and before that month was over Nahum got the mad notion that she was slightly luminous in the dark
    Mónica Ramírezhas quoted2 years ago
    I cannot think of the deep sea without shuddering at the nameless things that may at this very moment be crawling and floundering on its slimy bed, worshipping their ancient stone idols and carving their own detestable likenesses on submarine obelisks of water-soaked granite. I dream of a day when they may rise above the billows to drag down in their reeking talons the remnants of puny, war-exhausted mankind—of a day when the land shall sink, and the dark ocean floor shall ascend amidst universal pandemonium.
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    rolling it over to the open window to provide for his exit
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    What I had thought morbid and shameful and ignominious is in reality awesome and mind-expanding and even glorious—my previous estimate being merely a phase of man’s eternal tendency to hate and fear and shrink from the utterly different.
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    hastening into some clothing
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    Two centuries ago, when talk of witch-blood, Satan-worship, and strange forest presences was not laughed at, it was the custom to give reasons for avoiding the locality. In our sensible age—since the Dunwich horror of 1928 was hushed up by those who had the town’s and the world’s welfare at heart—people shun it without knowing exactly why.
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    the aurora leaped high over the ice cliff
    Wlad Kniażewskihas quoted2 years ago
    bade my host adieu
    Gaelhas quoted2 years ago
    After all, the strangest and maddest of myths are often merely symbols or allegories based upon truth
    cristinafabara2004has quoted3 years ago
    When I drew nigh the nameless city I knew it was accursed.
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