H. P. Lovecraft inhabited a terrifying world where blankets of Victorian fog concealed the dripping teeth of reptilian demons. His writing brims with death and decay, but, buoyed by a certain old-fashioned stateliness, it avoids cheap gore. Lovecraft’s sense of manners—coupled with the conservative niceties of his characters—made the descent into supernatural violence particularly jarring. By coating his horror with a veneer of civility, Lovecraft deepened the impact of his ghastly visions.
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