y otras aventuras oníricas de Randolph Carter
"When I was thirty, Randolph Carter lost the key to the dream door. Before that I had supplemented the prosaism of everyday life with excursions to strange ancient cities beyond space, and to beautiful and incredible fertile lands across ethereal seas."
Thus begins The Silver Key (1929), one of the five stories gathered in this volume that immerse us in the lysergic adventures of the antiquarus Randolph Carter through the world of dreams, a kind of parallel dimension of mysterious geography, with its laws, its fantastic creatures and its own gods. Opens the collection The Testimony of Randolph Carter (1920), a shocking final horror story inspired by a dream by Lovecraft himself. He is followed by The Unsnominable (1925), which describes a disturbing conversation about supernatural facts. Next, the long story The Dream Search of the Ignota Kadath, written in 1926 and never publis...read more