John Gray on H.P. Lovecraft

“Bad taste and bad art,” is how Edmund Wilson dismissed H.P. Lovecraft’s novels. He wasn’t literary, which is what gave him such power as a writer…
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“Bad taste and bad art,” is how Edmund Wilson dismissed H.P. Lovecraft’s novels. He wasn’t literary, which is what gave him such power as a writer… more»

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