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The Other Gods (Unabridged) (original 1933; edition 2020)

by H. P. Lovecraft (Primary Contributor)

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A high priest and prophet greatly learned in the lore of the gods of earth attempts to scale the mountain of Hatheg-Kla in order to look upon their faces, accompanied by his young disciple. But the gods of the earth are not there alone.
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Title:The Other Gods (Unabridged)
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The Other Gods [short story] by H. P. Lovecraft (1933)

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A high priest and prophet greatly learned in the lore of the gods of earth attempts to scale the mountain of Hatheg-Kla in order to look upon their faces, accompanied by his young disciple. But the gods of the earth are not there alone.

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