Dagon and Other Macabre Tales Topics for Discussion

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Why does Lovecraft believe that fear is the most powerful human emotion? Is he right?

Explain the relationship between the monster Dagon and the monster Bokrug.

What effect does the use of first-personal narratives have on the tension in many of Lovecraft's stories?

Compare and contrast Kurane and Iranon and their dream worlds.

Several of Lovercraft's endings are ambiguous. Give two examples of stories with ambiguous endings and explain the effect and cause of the ambiguity.

Give two examples of stories where the quest for forbidden knowledge leads to disaster.

Do Lovecraft's stories have clear morals? Give examples.

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