H. P. Lovecraft: New England Decadent
By Barton Levi St. Armand
A 56-page essay on H. P. Lovecraft with black-and-white illustrations. This study is a revision of an article that first appeared in Caliban XII (Annales de L'Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail), Nouvelle Serie, Tome XI, 1975.
A psychological study of Lovecraft and his perception of art as revealed in "The Horror at Red Hook," "Pickman's Model," and "The Music of Erich Zann." "Profound article emphasizing the unique way in which Lovecraft's work and thought combined elements from Puritanism and from the French Decadents." - Joshi III-D-540. "... especially noteworthy." - Barron (ed), Horror Literature, p. 410.
First Edition and first printing. Stapled 6" x 9" paperback. Condition: Very Good+. Covers are very good+ , minor wear to spine and along top edge, interior is fine.
Used, first edition. Silver Scarab Press, 1979. Email if you would like more information regarding condition.