Facts In The Case Of H. P. Lovecraft
Facts in the Case of H. P. Lovecraft
Barton L. St. Armand
Rhode Island History Feb 1972


An essay on The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, examining it as an exemplar of the "sense of place" in Lovecraft's work, and that it borrows from his upbringing and unusually close association with Providence. Originally presented as a lecture to the Rhode Island Historical Society in November 1968.

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