Robert Weinberg (essay date 1987)
SOURCE: Weinberg, Robert. “H. P. Lovecraft and Pseudomathematics.” In Discovering H. P. Lovecraft, edited by Darrell Schweitzer, pp. 113–17. San Bernardino, CA: The Borgo Press, 1987.
[In the following essay, Weinberg views Lovecraft's invented mathematics in several stories as a blending of science and fantasy.]
One of the strongest points in the Cthulhu stories by H. P. Lovecraft is the skillful blending of the unreal and the real. True and false are juggled together until one is undistinguishable from...
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