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By H.P. Lovecraft | Comments: ( 658 ) | Date: ( Jan 20, 2020 )

What the Moon Brings is a short story by H.P Lovecraft, written on June 5, 1922 This story was first published in the National Amateur in May 1923, and based upon a dream.This story is told in the first person the narrator is never named The story describes a surreal dreamscape The narrator wanders through his garden one night and in the moonlight sees strange and bizWhat the Moon Brings is a short story by H.P Lovecraft, written on June 5, 1922 This story was first published in the National Amateur in May 1923, and based upon a dream.This story is told in the first person the narrator is never named The story describes a surreal dreamscape The narrator wanders through his garden one night and in the moonlight sees strange and bizarre things.


  • Title: What the Moon Brings
  • Author: H.P. Lovecraft
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

H.P. Lovecraft

Howard Phillips Lovecraft, of Providence, Rhode Island, was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction.Lovecraft s major inspiration and invention was cosmic horror life is incomprehensible to human minds and the universe is fundamentally alien Those who genuinely reason, like his protagonists, gamble with sanity Lovecraft has developed a cult following for his Cthulhu Mythos, a series of loosely interconnected fictions featuring a pantheon of human nullifying entities, as well as the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore His works were deeply pessimistic and cynical, challenging the values of the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Christianity Lovecraft s protagonists usually achieve the mirror opposite of traditional gnosis and mysticism by momentarily glimpsing the horror of ultimate reality.Although Lovecraft s readership was limited during his life, his reputation has grown over the decades He is now commonly regarded as one of the most influential horror writers of the 20th Century, exerting widespread and indirect influence, and frequently compared to Edgar Allan Poe.



Comments What the Moon Brings

  • ᴥ Irena ᴥ

    'I hate the moon—I am afraid of it—for when it shines on certain scenes familiar and loved it sometimes makes them unfamiliar and hideous.' What the Moon Bringsis a Lovecraft's short story where the fear of the unknown is the most prevalent theme.An unnamed narrator tells us what he saw in a garden late one night - unexplainable, weird and terrifying things under the moonlight. The garden has no walls and the dead are there too. The experience made him run and fall into the sea full of sea-w [...]


  • Marco

    This is one of the least interesting of Lovecraft's stories. It is told in the first person, by a never named narrator. He wanders through surreal dreamscape, when, one night, while walking through a garden in the moonlight, he sees strange and bizarre things.


  • Netanella

    Short but not really sweet. This is Lovecraft, after all. He's wordy and distinct, which I enjoy, but I didn't really feel much for this one. Not much to it.


  • Las

    I found the way that Lovecraft romanticized nature in a way to inspire horror to be brilliant. The scene feels familiar, but gradually becomes nightmarish unto the climax.


  • Miss Makaveli

    Lovecraft has yet to let me down. while I feel this one ended a bit suddenly, it it is still highly recommended for fans and writer's. Lovecraft is a master of painting vivid scenes and emotions; his words swiftly grasps the reader and pulls us in to a world smoothly, unlike the majority of authors. Lovecraft and his ability to not just describe a scene but literally bring it all to life with the beauty of imaginative description; there is no boring entries in his work. I was a little disappoint [...]


  • Oleksandr

    Місячне світло спотворює навіть те, що вдень так любо нашому серцю. В цьому переконався оповідач. Він ненавидить і боїться місяць. Опинившись в саду, він його геть не впізнав. Сад тягнувся безкінечно, а навкруги стояли лише зловісні дерева, кущі і скульптури. Оповідач в стра [...]


  • Amy (Other Amy)

    Fragment. A fragment of ICK! The man had a horror of dead, rotting things. (OK, yes, who doesn't? But he liked to dwell on it in great detail.) But, let me see, is that the mountain who walks under there? A precursor, maybe?(Moved 2016 review to the individual work Sept. 2017 to make room to review the collection under its own entry.)


  • Thor The Redbeard

    6/10


  • Ryan McKenzie

    A short nightmarish dream.


  • Antonis

    Nice eerie atmosphere, but rather weak as far as short stories go.


  • Benjamin Stahl

    Quite Forgettable. In fact, I've already forgotten it.


  • TOM

    It was in the spectral summer when the moon shone down on the old garden where I wandered; the spectral summer of narcotic flowers and humid seas of foliage that bring wild and many-coloured dreams. And as I walked by the shallow crystal stream I saw unwonted ripples tipped with yellow light, as if those placid waters were drawn on in resistless currents to strange oceans that are not in the world. Silent and sparkling, bright and baleful, those moon-cursed waters hurried I knew not whither; whi [...]


  • David

    This barely qualifies as a short story. It's more like a proposal to a story. As such, it's somewhat of a tease. We follow an unnamed narrator as he traverses through a garden that seemingly leads him to cross into a surreal landscape under the light of the moon. The author injects alot of adjectives and adverbs to try and make a garden at night feel eerie. But due to the shortness of it, there really isn't much to sink in and be absorbed into the prose. It ended without much of a conclusion eit [...]


  • DNF with Jack Mack

    The terror. . . the terror. (view spoiler)[This contrast takes a quick detour. Lured in by scenic poetry, we come upon a sea of terror. What is usually familiar appears changed by, "What the Moon Brings. Where all the flesh of the churchyards had gathered." Yuck! Nice gross out. Then to be recognized by the unfathomable and ginormous figure that had always been there unseen that made up the reef. Wow. (hide spoiler)]


  • Godzilla

    A very short Lovecraft tale, which feels more like a germ of an idea than a full blown story.A dark tale of the moon and its power, which leaves you unsettled, but certainly not as affecting as some of his other works.Short, but certainly not sweet, Lovecraft knows how to press the button marked "Disturbing".


  • JoselynMoreno Burke

    not what I expected but it was nice


  • Kevin J.J. Carpenter

    A great example of prose-poetry—it's actually quite reminiscent of my old and fabled friend Coleridge. Some great and terrifying imagery.


  • Sarah

    This reminded me greatly of the Moon-bog story; and some of the dream stories as well. Not really memorable of itself, though.


  • Jasher Drake

    My fave Lovecraft story yet! Follows a mysterious narrator walking through his garden when all of sanity seems to unravel before his very eyes. Great stuff!


  • bitmaid

    TOO GOOD. Can I expect more of this persecutory exposition?


  • Marts(Thinker)

    Short story by Lovecraft. I must say this surely is a damn good reason to 'hate the moon'


  • Meg

    Didn't like this one, not that there was anything really to be liked.


  • Claire Ulthar Sideral

    Mi Lovecraft experimentando y cuando lo hace un cúmulo de cosmos y esferas explotan en un sinfín de arco-iris. <3


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