Driftwind Drift"wind`, n. A driving wind; a wind that drives snow, sand, etc., into heaps. --Beau. & Fl. [1913 Webster]

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  • driftwind — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun : wind that drifts snow, sand, or other material …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coates, Walter J[ohn] —    (1880–1941)    Amateur journalist in North Montpelier, Vt., who issued the little magazine Driftwind,which contained much poetry by HPL as well as “The Materialist Today” (initially a letter to Coates, c. May 1926; published in Driftwindfor… …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • “Materialist Today, The“ —    Essay (1,210 words); probably written in the summer of 1926. First published in Driftwind(October 1926); also as a separate pamphlet (Driftwind Press, 1926); rpt. MW.    A brief exposition of materialist metaphysics and ethics, the essay… …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • Фрэнсис Флэгг — В этой статье не хватает ссылок на источники информации. Информация должна быть проверяема, иначе она может быть поставлена под сомнение и удалена. Вы можете …   Википедия

  • Флэгг, Фрэнсис — Фрэнсис Флэгг (англ. Francis Flagg) литературный псевдоним американского писателя и поэта Генри Джорджа Уайсса (англ. Henry George Weiss, 1898 1946). Родился в 1898 году. Учился в Калифорнийском Университете. Автор научно популярных книг и… …   Википедия

  • Cook, W[illiam] Paul —    (1881–1948)    Printer, publisher, and amateur press editor residing in Athol, Mass.; he published under the pseudonym Willis Tete Crossman. Cook served as Official Editor (1918–19) and President of the NAPA (1919–20); he was also appointed… …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • Fungi from Yuggoth —    Series of thirty five sonnets initially, dated December 27, 1929–January 4, 1930 (ms., JHL). The complete cycle of thirty six poems was not published in its entirety until BWS;the separate appearance Fungi from Yuggoth([Washington, D.C.:] Bill …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • “Vermont—A First Impression“ —    Essay (1,630 words); probably written in the fall of 1927. First published in Driftwind(March 1928); rpt. MW    A brief account of HPL’s first visit to New Hampshire in the summer of 1927. It speaks in glowing terms of the beauty of the… …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

  • General Bibliography —  PRIMARY SOURCES  ◘ The Ancient Track: Complete Poetical Works.Edited by S.T.Joshi. San Francisco: Night Shade Books, 2001.  ◘ The Annotated H.P.Lovecraft.Edited by S.T.Joshi. New York: Dell, 1997.  ◘ The Annotated Supernatural Horror in… …   An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia

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