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message 1: by Austin (new)

Austin (rvlution) | 6 comments I think I've decided to read through most, if not all, of Lovecraft's stories this year. I have an ebook that contains all of them, but they are listed in alphabetical order. Should I try to find out the publishing order and read them that way? The alternative to that would be to read them in the order of the Penguin Classics Series. I realize they leave stories out, but I would imagine they are "best of" type anthologies and are still in order of publication. I must admit that I would enjoy doing the latter as I would be able to add more books to my "read" list.


message 2: by Eric (new)

Eric Hinrichsen Jr. (ehinrichsenjr) | 33 comments I started reading him this year, too. I just finished "At the Mountains of Madness". My plan is to read his novellas, then his short stories. *shrug* That's how I plan to do it, anyway.

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