Lovecraft’s Cthulhu and Melville’s Moby Dick: “Cosmic Echoes from the Ocean Depths”

As Ishmael floats helplessly atop the ocean deep, he becomes the stuff of Cosmicism – a strikingly lonely image of humanity adrift in a universe neither good nor evil. Death ends their misunderstanding, and negates their madness. The true madness of man is that of trying to apply a reasonableness to an unreasonable cosmos.

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