I s'pose it's cheap enough, but I never see mor'n two or three people in it—nobody but those Innsmouth … He soon discovers that a dark cult is controlling the town. Lovecraft writes that Innsmouth was "founded in 1643, noted for shipbuilding before the Revolution, a seat of great marine prosperity in the early nineteenth century, and later a minor factory center." Innsmouth a zo ur gêr ijinet gant Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Sañset e vefe e kontelezh Essex (Massachusetts).E meur a zanevell skrivet gantañ e vez meneget. Consequently, Innsmouth was shunned for many years, until 1927 when it came under investigation by Federal authorities for alleged bootlegging. Légendes du mythe de Cthulhu. As stated earlier, the town was taken by the U.S. Treasury Department. Captain Obed Marsh (1800 - 1878) is the posthumous antagonist of The Shadow Over Innsmouth, a short story by H.P. De même qu'il n'est pas clair, dans The Shadow over Innsmouth, si Dagon et Mère Hydra, vénérés par l'Ordre ésotérique fondé par Obed Marsh, font partie des Grands Anciens ou ne sont que de simples suppôts de Cthulhu [3]. The cult activity subsequently resumed, and the interbreeding policy greatly increased, resulting in numerous deformities. Based on his research, Murray thinks that Lovecraft actually based Innsmouth on Gloucester, Massachusetts,[3] which is located on Cape Ann on the coast. The first was an oath of secrecy, the second, an oath of loyalty, and the third, an oath to marry a Deep One and bear or sire its child. The Innsmouth is a "Huge Creature", that walks slowly towards the player avatars, alongside the Dagon and Hydra. Cette option lui semble bien plus avantageuse au vu de sa maigre bourse, mais étrangement les gens semblent avoir un dégoût profond pour ce village aux habitants peu commodes et physiquement très peu avantagés. Innsmouth était une ville prospère vivant du contenu de ses filets de pêche qui ne désemplissaient jamais, mais elle perdit beaucoup d'ampleur avec la guerre civile. Le rocher du Diable, au large de la ville, abriterait Ceux des profondeurs, des créatures aquatiques qui se reproduiraient avec les habitants en échange de bijoux et de poissons. It forms part of the Cthulhu Mythos, using its motif of a malign undersea civilization. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 4 avril 2021 à 17:29. At one time the town was a thriving seaport, but today it is almost deserted. Innsmouth et ses habitants sont évoqués ou mis en scène dans de nombreuses extensions du jeu de rôle, L'histoire à également été reprise dans le jeu de plateau, Pierre Lurbe, « Du spectaculaire au spéculaire : étude de. The plot centres around a young man travelling to the half abandoned town of Innsmouth in Massachusetts. Innsmouth's name and appearance seem to be a reference to H.P. Après s'être renseigné auprès d'un jeune épicier, le seul habitant « normal » de cette ville, et d'un vieillard alcoolique, Zadok Allen, la curiosité qui l'a poussé à venir loger dans cette ville fait bientôt place à l'horreur : il semblerait que ce soit un ancien capitaine de navire, Obed Marsh, qui ait été l'initiateur local du culte de Dagon depuis son retour d'un voyage en Polynésie dans les années 1800. Innsmouth ( / ɪ n z m ə & thetav /) est une ville fictive dans le Massachusetts créé par l' auteur américain HP Lovecraft comme un cadre pour l' un de ses horreur histoires, et référencé par la suite dans certains de ses autres œuvres et par d' autres auteurs qui ont écrit des histoires se déroulant dans le monde créé par Lovecraft avec ses histoires. The stories should be set in locales created by HP Lovecraft or his peers including Arkham and its stately university Miskatonic, Innsmouth, Dunwich, as well as the rural environs about these ageless towns. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (titre original : The Shadow over Innsmouth) est un roman court d'horreur fantastique de l'écrivain américain Howard Phillips Lovecraft publié en 1936. Secondly, Lovecraft is known to have come up with the name for his fictional Miskatonic River by combining Algonquian root words. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. To support his claim, Murray gives two reasons. This article is about the fictional town. Wonder it keeps running at all. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth est la seule nouvelle de Lovecraft, avec L'Affaire Charles Dexter Ward, à ne pas être parue dans une revue du vivant de l'auteur . From the tangle of chimney-pots scarcely a wisp of smoke came, and the three tall steeples loomed stark and unpainted against the seaward horizon. As a result, the town was more or less destroyed and the Order was thought disbanded. The fictional village in New England is said to be based on the fishing town of Fleetwood, Lancashire which bears an uncanny resemblance to the description of the village and its inhabitants. He was a sea captain from Innsmouth who ultimately became leader of Innsmouth and established the Esoteric Order of Dagon to worship blasphemous deities in return for wealth. Both of Lovecraft's parents died in a mental hospital, and some critics believe that a concern with having inherited a propensity for physical and mental degeneration—a common pre-occupation among eugenecists of the time—is reflected in the plot of The Shadow over Innsmouth. The Manuxet River is a fictional river that runs through Massachusetts and empties into the sea at the town of Innsmouth. The Shadow over Innsmouth is a horror novella by H. P. Lovecraft, written in November–December 1931]. 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L'auteur n'a jamais précisé si la créature est un spécimen de Ceux des profondeurs ou le Grand Ancien lui-même. The Innsmouthians were not taken to a common jail, but instead they disappeared mysteriously (or the government caused them to "disappear"). The central beings worshipped by the Order were the Father Dagon and Mother Hydra, and, to a lesser extent, Cthulhu. Le jeune homme est tiraillé entre un certain dégoût pour cette ville et une admiration certaine pour son architecture du siècle passé conservée presque sans dommage. The decay was worst close to the waterfront, though in its very midst I could spy the white belfry of a fairly well-preserved brick structure which looked like a small factory. Innsmouth is a 2015 short horror film that was directed by Izzy Lee, who co-wrote and co-produced the film with Francesco Massaccesi.The film premiered on August 19, 2015 and is inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft, particularly The Shadow over Innsmouth. Un culte païen, l'Ordre ésotérique de Dagon, a remplacé la religion chrétienne. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth est la seule nouvelle de Lovecraft, avec L'Affaire Charles Dexter Ward, à ne pas être parue dans une revue du vivant de l'auteur [2].. The Esoteric Order of Dagon was seemingly destroyed when one of Obed Marsh's "lost descendants" sent the U.S. Treasury Department to seize the town. 1 History 2 Appearances 3 Stats 3.1 Giten Megami Tensei: Tokyo Mokushiroku Innsmouth is a fictional town in Massachusetts created by author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his stories, and referenced subsequently in other works by him and other authors who wrote stories taking place in the world created by Lovecraft. ”Lovecraft-maa” (engl.Lovecraft country) on epämuodollinen nimitys, jolla tarkoitetaan yhdysvaltalaisen kauhukirjailija H. P. Lovecraftin (1890–1937) tuotannossa esiintyviä kuvitteellisia Uuden-Englannin kaupunkeja. Innsmouth first appeared in the story The Shadow over Innsmouth (H.P. Among the various beasties of the Cthulhu Mythos , the Deep Ones and their half-human spawn are among the most popular and enduring, inspiring numerous other authors (including Neil Gaiman ), as well as the 2001 film Dagon and the video game Dark Corners of the Earth . Innsmouth (/ ˈ ɪ n z m ə θ /) is a fictional town in Massachusetts created by American author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his horror stories, and referenced subsequently in some of his other works and by other authors who wrote stories taking place in the world Lovecraft created with his stories. 'The Shadow over Innsmouth' by H. P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft first used the name "Innsmouth" in his 1920 short story "Celephaïs"[1] (1920), where it refers to a fictional village in England. Lovecraft's longest and most famous stories. Emañ ar meneg kentañ eus ar gêr-se e-barzh Cephalaïs (1920). Dagon était déjà évoqué dans une courte nouvelle du même nom parue en 1919. Innsmouth, Massachusetts was a coastal town that was razed by the police sometime shortly before 1920. The Shadow over Innsmouth est un roman d' horreur de l'auteur américain HP Lovecraft, écrit en novembre-décembre 1931.Il fait partie du mythe de Cthulhu, utilisant son motif d'une civilisation sous-marine maligne, et fait référence à plusieurs éléments partagés du mythe, y compris les noms de lieux, les créatures mythiques et les invocations. 1936 áprilisában adták ki; ez volt az egyetlen Lovecraft-mű, mely külön kiadványban jelent meg és nem magazinban.. A könyv leír egy furcsa hibrid fajt, félig ember és félig ismeretlen lény, mely hasonlít béka és hal-keverékre, és mely Innsmouth városban él. Convaincu que quelque chose d'anormal se passe dans cette ville, Olmstead mène l'enquête. Son récit relate la volonté d'un jeune homme à percer à jour les mystères d'Innsmouth, un village côtier fictif du Massachusetts, qui abriterait des êtres hybrides — quelque chose entre le poisson et la grenouille — vouant un culte à Cthulhu et à Dagon, un dieu philistin intégré au Mythe de Cthulhu. Innsmouth is a demon in the series. He was portrayed by Alfredo Villa in Dagon, the 2001 adaptation of the book. Lovecraft's more famous Innsmouth, however, is found in his story "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" (1936), set in Massachusetts. In Newburyport there is a State Street (the street where the narrator of the story boards a bus to Innsmouth) and was a State Street, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth, Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family, H. P. Lovecraft: Against the World, Against Life, Lovecraft: A Look Behind the Cthulhu Mythos, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Innsmouth&oldid=1015970628, Fictional populated places in Massachusetts, Articles with topics of unclear notability from August 2020, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 April 2021, at 17:25. D’un aspect répugnant, d’une taille aussi imposante que celle de Polyphème, ce gigantesque monstre de cauchemar s’élança rapidement sur le monolithe, l’étreignit de ses grands bras couverts d’écailles, tandis qu’il inclinait sa tête hideuse en proférant une sorte d’incantation […] ». Little Innsmouth is a stage in Skullgirls. Although there is a Manuxet River in Worcester, Massachusetts, Will Murray believes that Lovecraft based his fictional Manuxet on the Merrimack River and probably invented the name from root words of an Algonquian language. Its residents, the Innsmouthers, had developed a unique, fish-like physical appearance, which they took pride in and boasted was a "blessing of the sea". Az Árnyék Innsmouth fölött Howard Phillips Lovecraft 1931. november-decemberben írt horrornovellája. It is the only Island location in the Eldritch Islands region. Set in a seaside Dagonian-populated section of New Meridian, the stage prominently features Yu-Wan's restaurant in its background. Innsmouth (/ˈɪnzməθ/) is a fictional town in Massachusetts created by American author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his horror stories, and referenced subsequently in some of his other works and by other authors who wrote stories taking place in the world Lovecraft created with his stories. And far out to sea, despite a high tide, I glimpsed a long, black line scarcely rising above the water yet carrying a suggestion of odd latent malignancy. The Esoteric Order of Dagon was the primary religion in Innsmouth after Marsh returned from the South Seas with the dark religion circa 1838. The Shadow Over Innsmouth by H. P. Lovecraft ... Run by an Innsmouth fellow—Joe Sargent—but never gets any custom from here, or Arkham either, I guess. The following year, and apparently due to the results of their research, these authorities decided to detonate explosives in Devil Reef, near Innsmouth, and to arrest most of the locals. Fiche biographique de Fred Chappell sur le site des éditions Christian Bourgois. Cthulhu, an entity from previous Lo… Premiers contes. Following the destruction of Innsmouth, many Innsmouthers fled to nearby Oakmont as refugees, but were met with prejudice and disdain. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos (9 of 14)"The Shadow over Innsmouth" is a horror novella by American author H. P. Lovecraft, written in November–December 1931. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. Dagon and Hydra were seen largely as intermediaries between the various gods rather than as gods themselves. The town of Ipswich, Massachusetts is said to be a near neighbor, where many Innsmouth residents do their shopping; Rowley, Massachusetts, another neighboring town, is said to be to the northwest. Lovecraft called Innsmouth "a considerably twisted version of Newburyport", Massachusetts. Innsmouth is a fictional town in Massachusetts created by American author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his horror stories, and referenced subsequently in some of his other works and by other authors who wrote stories taking place in the world Lovecraft created with his stories. Le narrateur, Robert Olmstead, amateur de civilisation ancienne et venant de fêter sa majorité, entreprend un voyage à travers la Nouvelle-Angleterre afin d'en apprendre un peu plus sur ses origines. Muita usein mainittuja paikkoja ovat Innsmouth, Kingsport ja Dunwhich. Murray contends that this meaning is well suited to Innsmouth's placement at the mouth of the Manuxet. Little Innsmouth has two similar stage variants: 'Little Innsmouth' and 'Little Innsmouth (Night)'. The Shadow over Innsmouth is a horror novella by American author H. P. Lovecraft, written in November–December 1931.It forms part of the Cthulhu Mythos, using its motif of a malign undersea civilization, and references several shared elements of the Mythos, including place-names, mythical creatures, and invocations. One of them was crumbling down at the top, and in that and another there were only black gaping holes where clock-dials should have been. The loss of sailors, due to shipwrecks, and the War of 1812 caused the town's profitable trade with the South Seas to falter; by 1828, the only fleet still running that route was that of Captain Obed Marsh, the head of one of the town's leading families. (Oddly it is Eldritch Islands plural even though there is only the one for now). Here and there the ruins of wharves jutted out from the shore to end in indeterminate rottenness, those farthest south seeming the most decayed. The Shadow over Innsmouth is the only Lovecraft story that was published … Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (titre original : The Shadow over Innsmouth) est un roman court d'horreur fantastique de l'écrivain américain Howard Phillips Lovecraft publié en 1936. La plupart des habitants d'Innsmouth ont une morphologie étrange, quasi-batracienne. Après une visite au musée de Newburyport où il découvre des bijoux forgés dans un métal inconnu et aux formes étranges, sa curiosité envers la ville est accrue et c'est ainsi que le lendemain il s'embarque dans le bus conduit par un autochtone, Joe Sargent. Lovecraft. Innsmouth is the franchise's first anime-exclusive villain. Recibe su nombre de un pueblo inglés mencionado en el relato Celephaïs. It quickly took root due to its promises of expensive gold artifacts and fish, which were desired by the primarily-fishing town. "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" is one of H.P. Obed Marsh had entered into a contract with the aforementioned creatures, offering them sacrifices in exchange for plentiful gold and fish. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (titre original : The Shadow over Innsmouth) est un roman court d'horreur fantastique de l'écrivain américain Howard Phillips Lovecraft publié en 1936. Les mythes de Cthulhu. En débarquant à Innsmouth, il est tout d'abord frappé par l'odeur de poisson qui y règne. 1 Ubicación 2 Descripción 3 Historia 3.1 Oficial 3.2 La Historia Secreta 3.2.1 Una nueva religión… It references several shared elements of the Mythos, including place-names, mythical creatures and invocations. Forget the current Word of God that it's in New Jersey, or the usual assumption that it's "New York at night": Gotham City is clearly smack in the middle of Lovecraft Country. The vast huddle of sagging gambrel roofs and peaked gables conveyed with offensive clearness the idea of wormy decay, and as we approached along the now descending road I could see that many roofs had wholly caved in. Innsmouth est une ville côtière fictive du comté d'Essex (Massachusetts), créée par H. P. Lovecraft et mentionnée dans plusieurs de ses nouvelles, dont la première est Cephalaïs en 1920.. Décrite en détail dans Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (1936), Innsmouth est ensuite mentionnée par d'autres auteurs dans le cadre du mythe de Cthulhu. The region is also referred to as Miskatonic Country or Miskatonic Region, named after the Miskatonic University in the town of Arkham. « Soudain je vis la chose. Olmstead va tenter de trouver une solution pour s'échapper d'Innsmouth, sans se douter de l'horrible vérité qu'il va découvrir sur ses propres origines. Innsmouth est une ville côtière fictive du comté d'Essex (Massachusetts), créée par H. P. Lovecraft et mentionnée dans plusieurs de ses nouvelles, dont la première est Cephalaïs en 1920.. Décrite en détail dans Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (1936), Innsmouth est ensuite mentionnée par d'autres auteurs dans le cadre du mythe de Cthulhu.. Arrivé à la gare de Newburyport pour prendre le train vers Arkham, il découvre l'existence d'une ligne de bus passant par la mystérieuse et lugubre Innsmouth. In Algonquian, man means "island" and uxet translates to "at the large part of the river"; thus, when combined Manuxet means "Island at the large part of the river". This would place Innsmouth in the vicinity of Essex Bay. C'est en ces mots que Lovecraft décrit le monstre dans sa nouvelle Dagon parue dans The Vagrant en novembre 1919. The Esoteric Order of Dagon (which masqueraded as the local Masonic movement) had three oaths that members had to take. Nuevo Innsmouth (más conocido simplemente como "Innsmouth") es la ciudad en la que sucede el relato La Sombra sobre Innsmouth. Innsmouth (/ˈɪnzməθ/) is a fictional town in Massachusetts created by American author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his horror stories, and referenced subsequently in some of his other works and by other authors who wrote stories taking place in the world Lovecraft created with his stories. For the 2015 short film, see, It has been suggested that this article be, Please help to demonstrate the notability of the topic by citing, In 1987, Will Murray took a field trip to Newburyport and Gloucester to research locales from Lovecraft's "The Shadow Over Innsmouth". In reality, the deaths were caused by the Deep Ones themselves. Dans un léger remous au-dessus des eaux troubles, elle émergea. Eventually, things became so bad that the US government sent the police force to apprehend Marsh and his cult. When they ran out of locals, they would go to other places to kidnap people to be sacrificed. Shortly thereafter, the town's fishing industry experienced a great upsurge. Lovecraft, 1931). Innsmouth Created: February 2017 | Updated: February 2017 This article uses material from the Innsmouth article on the Lovecraft wiki at Fandom and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth est la seule nouvelle de Lovecraft, avec L'Affaire Charles Dexter Ward, à ne pas être parue dans une revue du vivant de l'auteur[2]. The design of Innsmouth's mouth seems to be based on a breathing apparatus used by divers. The Innsmouth is a huge Rasklapanje featured in Resident Evil: Revelations 2s Raid Mode as part of a Huge Creatures online event. Innsmouth is a village located on the coast in Essex County, Massachusetts. This latter Innsmouth was first identified in two of his cycle of sonnets Fungi from Yuggoth. It was first released October 18, 2018, and is the 61st island released in FW (39th in Farovia). The town of Innsmouth is described as being in a horrendous state of decay, with many of the buildings rotting, and on the point of collapse. During the winter of 1927–28 officials of the Federal government made a strange and secret investigation of certain conditions in the ancient Massachusetts seaport of Innsmouth. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. And Cape Ann itself (the alleged site of Innsmouth) is connected to the mainland by only a thin strip of land and might be thought of as an island.[5]. Niistä tunnetuin on Arkham, joka sijaitsee kuvitteellisen Miskatonicjoen rannalla. I. Records indicate that in 1846, a mysterious plague struck the town, causing mass depopulation. Lovecraft's short story The Shadow over Innsmouth, as well as the Cthulhu Mythos. Due to the latter oath, interbreeding became the norm in Innsmouth, resulting in widespread deformities and many half-breeds. When Obed and his followers were arrested, the sacrificial rites ceased and the Deep Ones retaliated. Innsmouth est une ville côtière fictive du comté d'Essex (Massachusetts), créée par H. P. Lovecraft et mentionnée dans plusieurs de ses nouvelles, dont la première est Cephalaïs en 1920.. Décrite en détail dans Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth (1936), Innsmouth est ensuite mentionnée par d'autres auteurs dans le cadre du mythe de Cthulhu.. After learning too much he is attacked by the locals and has to cope with the horrors he witnessed. There were some large square Georgian houses, too, with hipped roofs, cupolas, and railed "widow's walks". Innsmouth, Massachusetts is a small city which features prominently in H.P. Lovecraft Country is a term used to describe the area of New England in which most of the Cthulhu Mythos stories take place including the plot of the game. [2], Lovecraft placed Innsmouth on the coast of Essex County, Massachusetts, south of Plum Island and north of Cape Ann. [4] Murray believes that Lovecraft used a similar method to come up with Manuxet. During the assault, the Manuxet allowed the personnel to cross during February and take the town when it froze over. Innsmouth Island is a region in Farovia. Pizh eo taolennet ar gêr e-barzh The Shadow over Innsmouth, hag ul lodenn eus mojenn Cthulhu eo. Innsmouth. 2020 : Un studio d'effets spéciaux (Providence VFX) a pour la première fois reproduit la ville d'Innsmouth en images de synthèse. Innsmouth is a fictional location found in the mythos of Lovecraft and those who followed in his footsteps, this "town" is known to be extremely hostile towards outsiders and has an unpleasant sensation of being corrupted - with the smell of rotting fish often lingering in the air.. The Shadow over Innsmouth is a novel written by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Innsmouth is a Massachusetts town at the mouth of the Manuxet River. In 1840, Marsh started a cult in Innsmouth known as the Esoteric Order of Dagon, basing it on a religion practiced by certain Polynesian islanders, which he had met during his travels. In "The Shadow Over Innsmouth," the protagonist describes his first sight of the place: It was a town of wide extent and dense construction, yet one with a portentous dearth of visible life. Even so, the cultists sacrificed various locals to the Deep Ones at specific times in exchange for a limitless supply of gold and fish. First, even though Newburyport was the inspiration for Innsmouth, it is clearly a separate location since Lovecraft himself placed the real-life Newburyport to the north of Innsmouth in "The Shadow Over Innsmouth". It also shares some themes with his earlier story, \"Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family\". In the upcoming anthology Visit Shadowy Innsmouth we are looking to explore the themes of outsiders, tourists even, that have encounters in depths of Lovecraft Country. Le Cauchemar d'Innsmouth est achevée par Lovecraft en 1931.