Dreams and Horror – Two Stories by H.P. Lovecraft
The shared fictional universe, the Cthulu Mythos, was named for H.P. Lovecraft‘s novelette, The Call of Cthulhu which was written in 1926 and first published in Weird Tales in 1928. The Dunwich Horror and The Dreams in the Witch-House are both considered to be integral to the Cthulhu Mythos by Weinberg and Berglund, authors of The Readers Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos.
The Dunwich Horror (1929) – “Oh, oh, great Gawd . . . that . . . that.”
A novelette in ten chapters.
The Dreams in the Witch-House (1933) – A story of mathematics, witchcraft and Walpurgis Night, in which the horror creeps and grows—
A novelette in sixteen parts.
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