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  1. Well, he’d kind of have to.
    A large chunk of the story is just standing there, looking at bias-reliefs.

    This is not a story that’s easy to adapt.

    (Shrug) I don’t get the appeal. To me, it’s the only story HPL ever wrote that I actively dislike*, so I’m obviously not the target audience.

    * There are effective horror stories where you are invited to understand and sympathize with the monster. Frankenstein, for one. But I find it the antithesis of Cosmic Horror, and am adverse to the practice in general.

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