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About the Author: H.P. Lovecraft

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  1. says:

    With this tale of horror set in 1923 New York City, H.P Lovecraft 1890 1937 touches on two subjects that, judging from the proliferation of films and novels spotlighting these peculiar topics, have continually aroused our human imagination cryonics and zombies I say touches on since Cool Air is neither a story of low temperature preservation for the sake of future resuscitation nor is it about voiceless, emotionless blank faced corpses brought back to life, however, quite strangely and With this tale of horror set in 1923 New York City, H.P Lovecraft 1890 1937 touches on two subjects that, judging from the proliferation of films and novels spotlighting these peculiar topics, have continually aroused our human imagination cryonics and zombies I say touches on since Co...


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    First published in Tales of Magic and Mystery March,1928 , Cool Air is one of only three stories that Lovecraft composed in New York City and it is the only one of those three that is not racist Moreover, although short in length and narrow in its range of effects, it is a very good horror story as well.It is a tale told by a tenant of an old NYC brownstone, who wishes to explain to his listener why he loathes the touch of cool air He tells of an ancient tenant who once lived upstairs Dr First published in Tales of Magic and Mystery March,1928 , Cool Air is one of only three stories that Lovecraft composed in New York City and it is the only one of those three that is not racist Moreover, although short in length and narrow in its range of effects, it is a very good horror story as well.It is a tale told by a tenant of an old NYC brownstone, who wishes to explain to his listener why he loathes the touch of cool air He tells of an ancient tenant who once lived upstairs Dr Munoz, who was irrationally afraid of death, and kept himself cool 56 degrees F with a self designed air cooling system powered by a gas engine One night, the gas engine goes on the fritz, and hideous consequences ensue....


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    Read hereOpening You ask me to explain why I am afraid of a draught of cool air why I shiverthan others upon entering a cold room, and seem nauseated and repelled when the chill of evening creeps through the heat of a mild autumn day There are those who say I respond to cold as others do to a bad odour, and I am the last to deny the impression What I will do is to relate the most horrible circumstance I ever encountered, and leave it to you to judge whether or not this forms a suitable Read hereOpening You ask me to explain why I am afraid of a draught of cool air why I shiverthan others upon entering a cold room, and seem nauseated and repelled when the chill of evening creeps through the heat of a mild autumn day There are those who say I respond to cold as others do to a bad odour, and I am the last to deny the impression What I will do is to relate the most horrible circumstance I ever encountered, and leave it to you to judge whether or not this forms a suitable explanation of my peculiarity.A month of Halloween 2015 reads 1 3 Nobody True by James Herbert fraudio 2 4 The Horror Stories of Robert E Howard fraudio 3 1 Brain Child by John Saul fraudio 4 3 Domain Rats 3 by James Herbert fraudio 5 3 The Mourning Vessels by Peter Luther paperback 6 2 The Doom of the Great City ebook sh...


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    3.5The narrator is afraid of the cold People say he responds to the cold the same way others respond to bad odour Cool Air is why he can t stand a draught of cool air and why he acts the way he does when the weather starts to change It is a mistake to fancy that horror is associated inextricably with darkness, silence, and solitude.I found it in the glare of mid afternoon, in the clangour of a metropolis, and in the teeming midst of a shabby and commonplace rooming house with a prosaic landl 3.5The narrator is afraid of the cold People say he responds to the cold the same way others respond to bad odour Cool Air is why he can t stand a draught of cool air and why he acts the way he does when the weather starts to change It is a mistake to fancy that horror is associated inextricably with darkness, silence, and solitude.I found it in the glare of mid afternoon, in the clangour of a metropolis, and in the teeming midst of a shabby and commonplace rooming house with a prosaic landlady and two stalwart men by my side Looking for a better and still affordable place to live in New York the narrator, a writer who has to work for some magazine, finds a four storey house where traffic seems to be the only annoying thing.Three weeks later, an ammonia leak from the fourth floor introduces hi...


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    Forced by circumstances to take lodging in a cheap rooming house, the narrator is delighted to discover that one of his neighbors is a well educated doctor a man of quality, even if he s a bit eccentric The most obvious...


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    I don t know if I can say much about the story without spoiling it The last few words left me disturbed, because I spent many words getting to know this guy, and his strange dependence on cool air.


  7. says:

    This short work really sticks in my mind There is the regular unusual happening with the added plus of yet another zinger at the end I might be remembering it so well because I also enjoyed the Cool Air episode of Night Gallery.


  8. says:

    I am strongly reminded of Poe s The facts in the case of M Valdemar Physician, heal thyself, I say I may have trouble with air conditioned doctor s offices after this.I hadn t realized that Randolph Carter appears in so many of Lovecraft s stories That man is truly unlucky


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    It is a mistake to fancy that horror is associated inextricably with darkness, silence, and solitude I found it in the glare of mid afternoon, in the clangour of a metropolis, and in the teeming midst of a shabby and commonplace rooming house with a prosaic landlady and two stalwart men by my side Supernatural horror in the everyday humdrum it is somehow twice as hair raising, spine tingling and blood curdling, innit Cool Air from 1926 is both typical and atypical of Lovecraft it contai It is a mistake t...


  10. says:

    I quite liked this story, perhaps because it reminded me strongly of Edgar Allen Poe The reveal towards the end didn t surprise me, probably because I ve read and seen so much horror, that the behaviors of Munoz immediately poin...


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