El Horror de Dunwich (texto completo, con índice activo) [NOOK Book]

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Este ebook presenta "El Horror de Dunwich (texto completo, con ?ndice activo)? con un sumario din?mico y detallado.

El horror de Dunwich (The Dunwich Horror) es un relato corto escrito por H. P. Lovecraft en 1928 y publicada en 1929. Se la considera una de las historias integrantes de los Mitos de Cthulhu, una especie de pante?n de divinidades extraterrestres. El relato narra la historia de Wilbur Whateley, hijo de Lavinia Watheley, una mujer albina y deformada, y padre ...

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El Horror de Dunwich (texto completo, con índice activo)

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Overview

Este ebook presenta "El Horror de Dunwich (texto completo, con índice activo)” con un sumario dinámico y detallado.

El horror de Dunwich (The Dunwich Horror) es un relato corto escrito por H. P. Lovecraft en 1928 y publicada en 1929. Se la considera una de las historias integrantes de los Mitos de Cthulhu, una especie de panteón de divinidades extraterrestres. El relato narra la historia de Wilbur Whateley, hijo de Lavinia Watheley, una mujer albina y deformada, y padre desconocido, y de los acontecimientos que tienen lugar como consecuencia de su nacimiento. Todo lo que rodea a la familia Whateley está marcado por el misterio y los rumores que afirman que el viejo Whateley, padre de Lavinia, practica la brujería...

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Providence, Estados Unidos, 20 de agosto de 1890 – ibídem, 15 de marzo de 1937) fue un escritor estadounidense, autor de novelas y relatos de terror y ciencia ficción. Se le considera un gran innovador del cuento de terror, al que aportó una mitología propia (los mitos de Cthulhu), desarrollada en colaboración con otros autores y aún vigente. Su obra constituye un clásico del horror cósmico, una corriente que se aparta de la temática tradicional del terror sobrenatural (satanismo, fantasmas), incorporando elementos de ciencia ficción (razas alienígenas, viajes en el tiempo, existencia de otras dimensiones). Lovecraft cultivó asimismo la poesía, el ensayo y la literatura epistolar.

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  • ISBN-13: 9788026802259
  • Publisher: e-artnow Editions
  • Publication date: 3/24/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 485
  • Sales rank: 1,332,663
  • File size: 523 KB

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