"The Fan Club" by Rona Maynard There was a ripple of dry, humorless laughter—almost, Laura thought, like the sound of a rattlesnake. Rachel stood before the class now, her face red, her heavy arms piled with boxes. Diane Goddard tossed back her head and winked at Steve. Scriptorium - H.P. Lovecraft By S.T. Joshi Introduction Why study H. P. JRR Tolkien Biography - The Tolkien Society Photo by Pamela Chandler. © Diana Willson. Used with permission. John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892-1973) was a major scholar of the English language, specialising in Old and Middle English. Twice Professor of Anglo-Saxon (Old English) at the University of Oxford, he also wrote a number of stories, including most famously The Hobbit (1937) and The Lord of the Rings (1954-1955), which are set in a pre-historic era in an invented version of our world which he called by the Middle English name of Middle-earth.
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Online Stories Ballymana National School, NS, Craughwell Online Stories Stories on Vimeo Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell Owl Babies by Martin Waddell Noah’s Ark by Lucy Cousins Lovecraft Country Detailed map of Lovecraft Country Sometimes the phrase is used in a more inclusive sense, encompassing not only northeastern Massachusetts but also the southern hills of Vermont (the setting of "The Whisperer in Darkness") as well as Lovecraft's hometown of Providence, Rhode Island, where he set such works as The Case of Charles Dexter Ward. Lovecraft's fiction The Official James O'Barr Website News! I've got your Crowbarr news here! Come and get it! James will be at the Albuquerque Comic Expo on June 24th-26th! New Mexicans, rejoice! It can't rain all the time... but it also can't be sunny and dry all the time either, right?
Big Words Can Come in Small Packages Thousands of terms in the great word hoard of English inevitably fall by the wayside, becoming forgotten or mere curiosities. Some people reflexively call any words not familiar to them "big words." And others of us bristle at hearing what sounds like jargon. An H.P. Lovecraft Anthology Index Sacred Texts Necronomicon H.P. Lovecraft is now appreciated as one of the best horror stylists of the 20th century, although for years he worked in pulp obscurity, only known to a small circle of fans and fellow writers. However, he died without heirs and the bulk of his copyrights were never renewed. Hence a great amount of Lovecraft's output passed into the public domain. The following tales are currently in the public domain in the United States by the terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act because they were either 1) published prior to January 1st, 1923 or 2) never renewed at the US Copyright office.
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Cthulhu Mythos in popular culture This article provides a list of cultural references to the work of author H. P. Lovecraft. These references are collectively known as the Cthulhu Mythos. For works that are stylistically Lovecraftian, including comics and film adaptations influenced by Lovecraft, see Lovecraftian horror. For the Morrowind and Oblivion Community (Downloads) Main / Morrowind Mods / Utilities Sort downloads by: Title ( + | - ) Date ( + | - ) Rating ( + | - ) Popularity ( + | - ) Resources currently sorted by: Title (A to Z) Morrowind Profiler Author: Cheek Description: Allows you to select multiple profiles for computers that have more than one user playing.
66 Experiments by Charles Bernstein Category: Writing Techniques 1. Homolinguistic translation: Take a poem (someone else's, then your own) and translate it "English to English" by substituting word for word, phrase for phrase, line for line, or "free" translation as response to each phrase or sentence. Or translate the poem into another literary style or a different diction, for example into a slang or vernacular.