The Unnamable
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When a writer named Carter meets his friend Manton in a cemetery, they are about to discuss prose writing and horror. Is there a good reason to leave some of the most horrifying things unnamable? Is that a good or bad thing for the reader? While the two of them are debating, they seem to forget that they are sitting in a cemetery – a place which lies between the two worlds... H.P. Lovecraft (1890–1937) was an American horror writer. His best known works include ‘The Call of Cthulhu’ and ‘the Mountains of Madness’. Most of his work was originally published in pulp magazines, and Lovecraft rose into fame only after his death at the age of 46. He has had a great influence in both horror and science fiction genres.
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