- In “The Quest of Iranon,” the boy from Teloth who helps Iranon seek his homeland, Aira. They come to Oonai, “the city of lutes and dancing,” where they stay, and there Romnod indulges in strong drink, from which he eventually dies.
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The Quest of Iranon — is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft. It was written on February 28, 1921, [ [http://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/fiction/chrono.asp Lovecraft s Fiction (chronological order) ] , The H. P. Lovecraft Archive.] and was first published in the… … Wikipedia
“Quest of Iranon, The“ — Short story (2,800 words); written on February 28, 1921. First published in the Galleon(July–August 1935), edited by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach; rpt. WT(March 1939); first collected in BWS;corrected text in D;annotated version in TD. A youthful… … An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia
Iranon — In “The Quest of Iranon,” the bard who seeks his far off home of Aira where he is a prince. In Teloth, the inhabitants have no use for his “profession,” and they force him to work as a cobbler. Iranon does not age. He later sets out on a… … An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia