Published May 31, 2005
by New Falcon Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
Armed with The Lovecraft Lexicon, you have the definitive guide to the people, places and other important aspects of a truly incredible universe. While The Lovecraft Lexicon is not a biography, Pearsall also includes quite a bit about Lovecraft himself, as well as many of the People, Places and Things which influenced his life and his : Anthony Brainard Pearsall. Likewise, if you're a writer of weird fiction and enjoy the style of Lovecraft, this lexicon can serve as a self-help book for sprucing up your weird vocabulary. Already, I've learned some new words that have helped to turn my prose a bit more tenebrous and horripilating, if a bit more erudite and esoteric, bordering on arcanic/5(7). The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Reader's Guide to Persons, Places and Things in the Tales of H.P. Lovecraft by Anthony Pearsall and a great selection of related books, art . The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Reader’s Guide to Persons, Places and Things in the Tales of H.P. Lovecraft, by Anthony B. Pearsall New Falcon Publications, , pp. (incl. appendix), Lovecraft invented so many creatures and places, for a new reader approaching his works for the first time, keeping them straight could seem overwhelming.
The Lovecraft Lexicon is his first book. Contents. Introduction Chronology of Selected Tales Abbreviations of Selected Tales Referenced in the Lexicon The Lexicon Abbadon – Azathoth B – Butler Street Station (de) C Family – Czanek, Mary Daemonolatreia – Dzyan, Book . The faults are picky when compared to the book as a whole, which is far superior to the "Encyclopedia Cthuliana", which only covered a portion of his writings. "The Lovecraft Lexicon" is a /5(11). The Necronomicon, also referred to as the Book of the Dead, or under a purported original Arabic title of Kitab al-Azif, is a fictional grimoire (textbook of magic) appearing in stories by the horror writer H. P. Lovecraft and his followers. It was first mentioned in Lovecraft's short story "The Hound", written in , though its purported author, the "Mad Arab" Abdul Alhazred, had been. Lovecraft Lexicon by Anthony Pearsell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Hippocampus Press Weird Words: A Lovecraftian Lexicon - by Daniel Clore November ISBN approx. pages Paperback Cover artwork by Howard Wandrei HP Lovecraft liked to use archaic and obscure words, often spelled out in an archaic or at least non-American sort of way. Words such as ‘gibbous’, ‘eldritch’, ‘batrachian’ and ‘cyclopean’ to name but a few. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Lovecraft Lexicon: A Reader's Guide to Persons, Places and Things in the Tales of H. P. Lovecraft by Anthony Pearsell (, Perfect) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Book of Iod. The Book of Iod was created by Henry Kuttner and first appeared in his short story "Bells of Horror" (as Keith Hammond; ).The original Book of Iod, of which only one copy exists, is written in the "Ancient Tongue," possibly a combination of Greek and gh its origin is unknown, the book may have been written by the mysterious author "Khut-Nah," which sounds. If you can’t get enough of the grotesque menagerie of monsters and demons that fill the collected works of H.P. Lovecraft, then these books are for you.