Landscapes, Selves, and Others in Lovecraft
Landscapes, Selves, and Others in Lovecraft
Robert H. Waugh
An Epicure in the Terrible (1991)


Lengthy thematic analysis of Lovecraft's fiction, based on Lovecraft's statements of having a dualistic character—cosmic and antiquarian, scenic and architectural. Waugh looks for evidence of this dualism in Lovecraft's stories by analyzing whether the "doubles" in Lovecraft's fiction correspond and interact with his landscapes, drawing considerably on parallels between Lovecraft's fiction and his biography.

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