Lovecraft, H. P.

At The Mountains Of Madness (1931)


Miskatonic University of Arkham, Massachussetts, sends a scientific expedition to explore the snowy wastes of Antarctica. Group is led by the geologist professor William Dyer who previously discovered fantastic and horrific ruins, the remains of ancient life forms and a dangerous secret beyond a range of mountains taller than the Himalaya.

Detailing the discovery of unimaginably old artifacts by an Antarctic exploration, the story revels in Lovecraft's primary concept of horror, namely, the cosmic insignificance and fragility of man.

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