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Götter des Grauens - H. P. Lovecrafts Schriften des Grauens, Folge 2 (Ungekürzt)

Götter des Grauens - H. P. Lovecrafts Schriften des Grauens, Folge 2 (Ungekürzt)

Geschrieben von H. P. Lovecraft und Roman Sander

Erzählt von Markus Pol


Götter des Grauens - H. P. Lovecrafts Schriften des Grauens, Folge 2 (Ungekürzt)

Geschrieben von H. P. Lovecraft und Roman Sander

Erzählt von Markus Pol

Länge:
5 Stunden
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
9. Okt. 2020
ISBN:
9783991162933
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Deutsche und internationale Autoren stellt der Herausgeber, der bereits erfolgreiche Titel für Bastei, Heyne und dtv zusammenstellte, in seiner ultimativen Anthologie zum Cthulhu-Mythos H. P. Lovecrafts vor.
Original- und deutsche Erstveröffentlichungen von Hans Dieter Römer, Gary Lovisi, David A. Riley, Jack Eden und US-Geheimtipp Wilum Hopfrog Pugmire, dazu ein Beitrag von Jörg Kleudgen, zeigen die Vielfalt neuer Interpretationen des Mythos auf.
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
9. Okt. 2020
ISBN:
9783991162933
Format:
Hörbuch

Über den Autor

H. P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of science fiction and horror stories. Born in Providence, Rhode Island to a wealthy family, he suffered the loss of his father at a young age. Raised with his mother’s family, he was doted upon throughout his youth and found a paternal figure in his grandfather Whipple, who encouraged his literary interests. He began writing stories and poems inspired by the classics and by Whipple’s spirited retellings of Gothic tales of terror. In 1902, he began publishing a periodical on astronomy, a source of intellectual fascination for the young Lovecraft. Over the next several years, he would suffer from a series of illnesses that made it nearly impossible to attend school. Exacerbated by the decline of his family’s financial stability, this decade would prove formative to Lovecraft’s worldview and writing style, both of which depict humanity as cosmologically insignificant. Supported by his mother Susie in his attempts to study organic chemistry, Lovecraft eventually devoted himself to writing poems and stories for such pulp and weird-fiction magazines as Argosy, where he gained a cult following of readers. Early stories of note include “The Alchemist” (1916), “The Tomb” (1917), and “Beyond the Wall of Sleep” (1919). “The Call of Cthulu,” originally published in pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928, is considered by many scholars and fellow writers to be his finest, most complex work of fiction. Inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Machen, Algernon Blackwood, and Lord Dunsany, Lovecraft became one of the century’s leading horror writers whose influence remains essential to the genre.


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