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HP LOVECRAFT WEEK: A Reading of “The Rats in the Walls”1 min read

HP Lovecraft’s short story “The Rats in the Walls” is an affecting piece of literature that differs from his usual Cthulhu mythos; instead, it treads a bit of Edgar Allan Poe’s territory in its psychological examination of a man who has become obsessed with the pitter-patter of rats walking in his walls. However, it also contains Lovecraft’s themes of familial curses and insanity that he found to be a driving force in his works. Ryne presents a reading of this classic Lovecraft story; forgive the quality as it’s his first audiobook.

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rynebarber

Horror writer, beer drinker, and lover of cats. Ryne has been writing about horror for years on his own site TheMoonisaDeadWorld.net, and he's also one part of the Blood and Black Rum Podcast.

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