"And suppose somebody curious about why such an item would be on display —a writer like you, maybe— went in and asked about it, and the guy who ran the pawnshop said it was H.P. Lovecraft's pillow, the one he slept on every night, the one he dreamed his fantastic dreams on, maybe even the one he died on."
|H.P. Lovecraft: Against the World, Against Life||Gollancz||2008|
|Introduction (à "H.P. Lovecraft: Contre le monde, contre la vie")||Philippe Mikriammos||2005||Francés|