"Dagon" is the second story of the writer H.P.Lovecraft, written in 1917 and published ,for the first time, in 1919. The work takes its title from the mythological God Dagon, and tells a disturbing story, happened years before to a man with the obsession of suicide. Before throwing himself from the window of his attic, this man writes some notes related to his mental state. Then, he began to recall an old story that happened in the years of the First World War: suddenly, he finds himself a prisoner of a German ship in the Pacific Ocean. After only five days, the protagonist manages to escape with a raft. Wandering for days, adrift in the sea, one afternoon he finds himself stranded on a disquieting and apparently deserted island. Immediately he notices that in the mud, a lot of rotting fish are stranded...
Generi Romanzi e Letterature » Horror e gotica » Fantasy » Avventura » Fantascienza , Fantasy Horror e Gothic » horror e Dark Romance , Gialli Noir e Avventura » Narrativa di Avventura » Thriller e suspence
Editore Enrico Conti
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