It’s appropriately weird that – in this story that culminates in a jellyish-green tentacled monster – it’s the little images that stand out best.
Whether its a man dying inexplicably after a sheath of papers falls out of a window and its him on the head or a 6" statuette of a monster – its claws "gripped the front edge and extended a quarter of the way down toward the bottom of the pedestal.
The depiction of the sifting and physics defying demission of the tomb of Cthulhu (its all wrong geometry) makes the stone buildings and arches as much part of the terror as the wakening monster it harbours.
“They could not decide whether it lay flat like a trap-door or slantwise like an outside cellar door… (Donovan) climbed interminably along the grotesque stone moulding – that is, one would call it climbing if the thing was not after all horizontal.”
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