From their origins in Providence, Rhode Island, once home of American horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, to their final resting place in a bookshop in southeast asia, 'The Kathu Journals' recount the manuscript author's travels to the brink of madness and beyond. Philosopher and critic August Moldenhauer provides an analysis of this Lovecraftean text that tests the limits of reason and asks the question what contact the manuscript author may have had with the Necronomicon. It is a rare insight into the cosmological underpinnings of Lovecraft's tales, as well as an indictment of history that dares to question the dark underside of our world. August Moldenhauer's 'The Kathu Journals out of Lovecraft's Providence' is a work that will leave the reader questioning the world itself, as well as imparting the telltale fear of what lurkers from beyond lay dormant in dark abyss.
The Kathu Journals Out of Lovecraft's Providence
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