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H. G. Wells

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The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, written as a frame narrative. The work is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposely and selectively forwards or backwards in time.
The story goes like this:

  • So, begins the Time Traveller’s astonishing firsthand account of his journey 800,000 years beyond his own era.
  • With a speculative leap that still fires the imagination, Wells sends his brave explorer to face a future burdened with our greatest hopesand our darkest fears.
  • A pull of the Time Machine lever propels him to the age of a slowly dying Earth. There he discovers two bizarre races, who not only symbolize the duality of human nature, but also offer a terrifying portrait of the men of tomorrow. 
Wells’ expert storytelling and provocative insight intothe book will continue to enthrall readers for generations to come.


Herbert George Wells was born into a decidedly middle-class family on September 21, 1866, in the London borough of Bromley. His father was a tradesman and his mother a Lady’s maid. Central to the experiences of his youth was an acute awareness of class structure that was emphasized by the position of his family in the class-conscious English society of the time.
After basic education, he became a pupil-teacher at the Midhurst Grammar School and secured a scholarship that allowed him to study with T.H. Huxley, the champion of Darwinism in England. After completing his studies with Huxley, Wells worked in a number of professions including journalism until 1895 when The Time Machine was published. From that point on, Wells became a full-time writer. He produced a significant corpus of journalistic, philosophical, and political writing as well as fiction.As evidenced by his involvement in the establishment of the League of Nations, Wells was continually involved with social reform.

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