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Short Stories by H. P. Lovecraft (Book Guide) Please Note That The Content Of This Book Primarily Consists Of Articles Available From Wikipedia Or Other Free Sources Online Commentary Stories Not Included Pages Chapters The Dunwich Horror, The Call Of Cthulhu, The Shadow Over Innsmouth, The Whisperer In Darkness, Herbert West Reanimator, Dagon, The Rats In The Walls, The Colour Out Of Space, The Outsider, Pickman S Model, The Dreams In The Witch House, The Thing On The Doorstep, The Shadow Out Of Time, Under The Pyramids, The Cats Of Ulthar, Cool Air, The Haunter Of The Dark, The Hound, The Festival, The Shunned House, The Nameless City, The Lurking Fear, The Mystery Of The Grave Yard, In The Walls Of Eryx, The Horror At Red Hook, The Mound, Beyond The Wall Of Sleep, Facts Concerning The Late Arthur Jermyn And His Family, The Statement Of Randolph Carter, The Other Gods, Through The Gates Of The Silver Key, From Beyond, The Picture In The House, The Temple, The Music Of Erich Zann, Polaris, The Unnamable, The Doom That Came To Sarnath, The Tomb, Hypnos, The Tree, The Descendant, Celephais, What The Moon Brings, The White Ship, The Quest Of Iranon, The Street, The Evil Clergyman, The Thing In The Moonlight, The Terrible Old Man, In The Vault, The Crawling Chaos, Out Of The Aeons, The Book, Azathoth, The Moon Bog, The Horror At Martin S Beach, Nyarlathotep, Memory, The Alchemist, Ex Oblivione, The Very Old Folk, Sweet Ermengarde, The Transition Of Juan Romero, The Curse Of Yig, Ibid, A Reminiscence Of Dr Samuel Johnson, The Tree On The Hill, Old Bugs, Till A The Seas, The Beast In The Cave, The Horror In The Museum, History Of The Necronomicon, The Green Meadow, Medusa S Coil Excerpt The Dunwich Horror Is A Short Story By H P Lovecraft Written In , It Was First Published In The April Issue Of Weird Tales Pp It Takes Place In Dunwich, A Fictional Town In Massachusetts It Is Considered One Of The Core Stories Of The Cthulhu Mythos In A Letter To August Derleth, Lovecraft