Lauren asked:

In reading this book, I've found a little bit of a lazy streak on the part of its makers. (some typos which disrupt the flow of the narrative conspicuously, images for the beginnings of stories are, at least in one case, reused) Are there thoughts on this book in terms of its quality AS AN EDITION of Lovecraft rather than inclusive of the author's prowess as a writer? Are there better editions of his work?

Milo Axelrod In regards to the typos, Lovecraft actually spelled certain words differently than the current accepted spelling, for instance he used "connexion" instead of "connection" and "shewed" instead of "showed".
Mephistopheles I'd say no with that many stories....also it's not about the edition but about the continuous thrills you get out of it ;)
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