The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath (fiction)
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath is a novella written by H.P. Lovecraft, believed started in autumn 1926, it was completed on 22nd January 1927. It was unpublished in his lifetime. It is both the longest of the stories that comprise his Dream Cycle and the longest Lovecraft work to feature protagonist Randolph Carter. Along with his 1927 novel The Case of Charles Dexter Ward (fiction), it can be considered one of the significant achievements of that period of Lovecraft's writing. The Dream-Quest combines elements of horror and fantasy into an epic tale that illustrates the scope and wonder of humankind's ability to dream.
In 1943, the story was published posthumously by Arkham House.