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~FREE PDF ♷ The Case of Charles Dexter Ward ♆ Incantations of black magic unearthed unspeakable horrors in Providence, Rhode Island Evil spirits are being resurrected from beyond the grave, a supernatural force so twisted that it kills without offering the mercy of death


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  1. mark monday mark monday says:

    Dear Mr Lovecraft,I, Joseph Curwen, necromancer supreme, have rather a bone to pick forgive my little joke I have noticed many problems with your narrative The Case of Charles Dexter Ward First of all that title Surely you realize that I am the protagonist of the tale not the fey amateur Charles Dexter Ward I do not think it is too much to ask that the title of your document correctly identify its leading personage Second I have noticed a strong bias against scholars of the so called Dear Mr Lovecraft,I, Joseph Curwen, necromancer supreme, have rather a bone to pick forgive my little joke I have noticed many problems with your narrative The Case of Charles Dexter Ward First of all that title Surely you realize that I am the protagonist of the tale not the fey amateur Charles Dexter Ward I do not think it is too much to ask that the title of your document correctly identify its leading personage Second...


  2. Sr3yas Sr3yas says:

    The Case of Charles Dexter Ward is the only lengthy work of Lovecraft classified as a novel rather than a novella Lovecraft wrote this story in 1927, and as per legend, When HPL finished writing this novel he was so disappointed with the final draft that he decided to shelve it instead of publishing it, and only after Lovecraft s demise did this work found the light in 1941It s not a legend, but a true fact I just wanted to use As per legend in a sentence So what is it all about The Case of Charles Dexter Ward is the only lengthy work of Lovecraft classified as a novel rather than a novella Lovecraft wrote this story in 1927, and as per legend, When HPL finished writing this novel he was so disappointed with the final draft that he decided to shelve it instead of publishing it, and only after Lovecraft s demise did this work found the light in 1941It s not a legend, but a true fact I just wanted to us...


  3. Stephen Stephen says:

    Let me be clear at the outset of this review that when it comes to the work of H.P Lovecraft, I am definitely one who drinks deep the kool aid Cthulhu aid For me his stories are something to be savored and relished succulent, meaty feasts of atmosphere, hyper lush imagery and dark melodrama dipped in dread If you ve read other works by HPL and have not been impressed or fallen under his spell, this story is not likely to change your mind However, if you are already a wanton Lovecraft go Let me be clear at the outset of this review that when it comes to the work of H.P Lovecraft, I am definitely one who drinks deep the kool aid Cthulhu aid For me his stories are something to be savored and relished succulent, meaty feasts of atmosphere, hyper lush imagery and dark melodrama dipped in dread If you ve read other works by HPL and have not been impressed or fallen under his spell, this story is not likely ...


  4. Leonard Gaya Leonard Gaya says:

    The Case of Charles Dexter Ward 1927 is probably a culmination in Lovecraft s career After some short stories such as The Rats in the Walls, The Shunned House or The Call of Cthulhu, it is the first work of fiction that has the dimension of a full novel and goes over the themes he had previously developed The investigation into a dark mystery usually taking place around the town of Providence, Lovecraft s place of residence The discovery of a repulsive cult, most evocative of Alchemy, Qab The Case of Charles Dexter Ward 1927 is probably a culmination in Lovecraft s career After some short stories such as The Rats in the Walls, The Shunned House or The Call of Cthulhu, it is the first work of fiction that has the dimension of a full novel and goes over the themes he had previously developed The investigation into a dark mystery usually taking place around the town of Providence, Lovecraft s place of r...


  5. Char Char says:

    What the thing was, he would never tell It was like some of the carvings on the hellish altar, but it was alive Nature had never made it in this form, for it was too palpably unfinished The deficiencies were of the most surprising sort, and the abnormalities of proportion could not be described That was just a sample of the type of writing found within this short novel by H.P Lovecraft Reading this reminded me how much I love this type of writing I hereby vow to readof Lovecraft What the thing was, he would never tell It was like some of the carvings on the hellish altar, but it was alive Nature had never made it in this form, for it was too palpably unfinished The deficiencies were of the most surprising sort, and the abnormalities of proportion could not be described That was just a sample of the type of writing found within this short novel by H.P Lovecraft Reading this reminded me how much I love ...


  6. Apatt Apatt says:

    There is about certain outlines and entities a power of symbolism and suggestion which acts frightfully on a sensitive thinker s perspective and whispers terrible hints of obscure cosmic relationships and unnameable realities behind the protective illusions of common visionThat little passage explains why Lovecraft s characters often go mad at the mere sight of blasphemous eldritch monstrosities from beyond something I often wondered about It is also a fine example of his penchant for cThere is about certain outlines and entities a power of symbolism and suggestion which acts frightfully on a sensitive thinker s perspective and whispers terrible hints of obscure cosmic relationships and unnameable realities behind the protective illusions of common visionThat little passage explains why Lovecraft s characters often go mad at the mere sight of blasphemous eldritch monstrosities from beyond something I ...


  7. Mir Mir says:

    The blurb says A nameless terror surges through centuries to engulf the soul of Charles Dexter Ward, a brilliant New England antiquarian. Rather amusing in retrospect, as the character doesn t seem to realize the danger until near the end if the book were written from Ward s perspective, presumably he would be having a satisfying few years of progressing in his fascinating historical research His family, too, is only mildly concerned, wishing he would writeoften and maybe get a girlfrie The blurb says A nameless terror surges through centuries to engulf the soul of Charles Dexter Ward, a brilliant New England antiquarian. Rather amusing in retrospect, as the character doesn t seem to realize the danger until near the end if the book were written from Ward s perspective, presumably he would be having a satisfying few years of progressing in his fascinating historical research His family, too, is only m...


  8. Lyn Lyn says:

    The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H.P Lovecraft is definitely one of his best works and this is a high compliment, as I have liked almost all that I have read from him This work, first published in 1927, combines most of the themes common to his works occult, arcanery, unspeakable nighttime horrors, deep dark pits with unknown creatures, etc even some hints of the Cthulu cult The other element of this book that is noteworthy is the scope of influence that Lovecraft created Innumerable hor The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H.P Lovecraft is definitely one of his best works and this is a high compliment, as I have liked almost all that I have read from him This work, first published in 1927, combines most of the themes common to his works occult, arcanery, unspeakable nighttime horrors, deep dark pits with unknown creatures, etc even some hints of the Cthulu cult The other element of this book that is ...


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  10. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Insidious investigation A NAME TO REMEMBER A novella focused in the investigation of a psychiatrist about Charles Dexter Wardmedically certified insane, who escaped from a mental asylum funny enough, while Arkham, Mass., inspired the famous Batman s Arkham Asylumit seems that there wasn t any mental asylum in H.P Lovecraft s work named it in that way so the investigation of this psychiatrist who is obsessed with an ancestor involved in dark practices.But sometimes, the Insidious investigation A NAME TO REMEMBER A novella focused in the investigation of a psychiatrist about Charles Dexter Wardmedically certified insane, who escaped from a mental asylum funny enough, while Arkham, Mass., inspired the famous Batman s Arkham Asylumit seems that there wasn t any mental asylum in H.P Lovecraft s work named it in that way so the investigation of this psychiatrist who is obsessed with an ancestor involved in ...