The Cthulhu Mythos: An Annotated Bibliography

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HH - Henry Hasse

"I have learned many things, Tlaviir, things that I now wish I did not know. Monstrous things. Whence the Cosmos came...and why...and its ultimate destiny-not a pleasant one."
-From "The Guardian of the Book."

HH Guardian - Henry Hasse, The Guardian of the Book, in Weird Tales, March 1937. 

(Also available in Robert M. Price, ed., Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1992.)

Narrator: Doctor Wycherly. References: Abhorred Continent of Dluuhg; Alhazred, Abdul; Atmosphere; Beh'-Moth the Devourer; Bhuulm; Book, the; Book of Eibon; Chaugnar Faugn; cosmology; Dluuhg; Eibon; Evil Ones; Flammarion; Hastur; Hounds of Tindalos; Inner Mountains; Kane; Kathuln; King in Yellow, The; Kthulhu; Magic and Black Arts; Mi-Go; Nameless Cults; Necronomicon; Nyarlathotep; Outer Ones; Out There; Pluto; Tlaviir of Vhoorl; Tsathoqquah; Vhoorl; Von Junzt; Whisperer in Darkness, the; Wise Men of Vhoorl; Wycherly, Doctor; Yog-Sothoth; Yok-Sothoth;

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