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Miscellaneous → H.P. Lovecraft


The thinking and writing of H.P. Lovecraft contains numerous implicit allusions and explicit expressions of racism and misogyny. This aspect of his thinking and writing is to be deeply rejected and opposed from a democratic and ethical perspective. When reading Lovecraft’s work today, it is imperative to integrate his writings into a critical, liberating discourse.

1. »The Call of Cthulhu«

Lovecraft’s »The Call of Cthulhu« is divided into three chapter and features a specific narrative framing of different levels of accounts and fictional documents. Furthermore, two different timelines exist in parallel. For a better orientation, this Schema gives an overview over this narrative framing and the timelines.

pdf | odg | 29.07.2021

2. »At the Mountains of Madness«

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