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The ''Book of Eibon'', or ''Liber Ivonis'' or ''Livre d'Eibon'', is attributed to [[Clark Ashton Smith]]. It appears in a number of Lovecraft's stories, such as "[[The Haunter Of The Dark]]" (''Liber Ivonis''), "[[Dreams in the Witch-House]]" (''Book of Eibon'') and "[[The Shadow Out of Time]]" (''Book of Eibon'').
 
The ''Book of Eibon'', or ''Liber Ivonis'' or ''Livre d'Eibon'', is attributed to [[Clark Ashton Smith]]. It appears in a number of Lovecraft's stories, such as "[[The Haunter Of The Dark]]" (''Liber Ivonis''), "[[Dreams in the Witch-House]]" (''Book of Eibon'') and "[[The Shadow Out of Time]]" (''Book of Eibon'').
 
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. . . The Book of Eibon, that strangest and rarest of occult forgotten volumes ... is said to have come down through a series of manifold translations from a prehistoric original written in the lost language of Hyperborea.
—Clark Ashton Smith, "Ubbo-Sathla"

The Book of Eibon, or Liber Ivonis or Livre d'Eibon, is attributed to Clark Ashton Smith. It appears in a number of Lovecraft's stories, such as "The Haunter Of The Dark" (Liber Ivonis), "Dreams in the Witch-House" (Book of Eibon) and "The Shadow Out of Time" (Book of Eibon).

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