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Issue 44 (2004)

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A Layman Looks at the Government, by H. P. Lovecraft 44: 3-22
The Devil, the Terror, and the Horror: The Whateley Twins’ Further Debts to Folklore and Fiction, by Marc A. Beherec 44: 23-25
The Unbroken Chain, by Irvin S. Cobb 44: 26-41
The Pickman Models, by Robert D. Marten 44: 42-80
“Hey, Yew, Why Don’t Ye Say Somethin’?” Lovecraft’s Dramatic Monologues, by Robert H. Waugh 44: 81-106
Necronomicon: A Note, by Alexandre Bouchard and Louis-Pierre Smith Lacroix 44: 107-112
Fred Chappell’s Cthulhu Appropriations: Dagon, by Casey Clabough 44: 113-118
Review of A Dreamer and a Visionary: H. P. Lovecraft in His Time, by Donald R. Burleson, Ph.D. 44: 119-120
 
 
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