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H.G Wells is an English science-fiction writer who wrote notable works such as "The Time Machine" and "The War of the Worlds." In this category, there are questions regarding his works as well as Wells' life.
Answer "The Time Machine was first published in 1895 and later directly adapted into at least two theatrical films of the same name as well as at least one television and a large number of comic book adaptations. It also indirectly inspired many more works of fiction in all media. Considered by m…
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These people are often scholars of literature, and sometimes they're professors.
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Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was an author of both fiction and nonfiction, writing such science fiction classics as "The Time Machine" (1895), "The Invisible Man" (1897) and "The War of the Worlds" (1898).
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Due to the age of HG Wells' works, many of the books are legally available for free in the public domain. Some of his better known works are The Island of Doctor Moreau, War of the Worlds, and The Invisible Man. See the related links below to access some of these free e-books.
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H.G. Wells, or Herbert George Wells, was a British author who has written well over 100 titles; Most notably in the areas of science fiction, history, politics, and sociology. His most famous works include: Non- Fiction Books: The Fate of ManFloor GamesThe Future in America: A Search After Realiti…
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Time Travel. the novel was written in l897 or thereabouts. for some irking reason the lead character is referred to throughout- one track- as the Time Traveller- and there are incidents in the novel where people would be , youi know, exchanging names, and so on, like the gathering of scientists in t…
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The Time Machine (1895)
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H.G. Wells wrote well over 114 books, including over 50 novels. He was particularly fond of science fiction, politics and even romance. The Time Machine (1895), The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896), The Invisible Man (1897) and The War of the Worlds (1898) The Red Room, are among his most famous nove…
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"The War of the Worlds".
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He didn't. Those are his original name and initials.
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Time Machine, war of the worlds
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Whew! Talk about missing the point of a good story! H.G. Wells never gave a specific number for the population of the Morlocks in his book "The Time Machine". Who cares anyway? That's sorta like asking the number of Santa's helpers at the North Pole! The number of Morlocks or Enoi really would have …
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The Eloi. sounds like the Hebrew El suffix implying divine origin- as in Israel, and in Superman comics- Jor-el , Kal-El , Mon-El, etc. also Elisabeth- or Elizabeth there are at least forty variations- God dwells within.- roughly. ELI ( God) Beth-- House.-dwelling.
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Here are the only things I could find out about why HG Wells wrote The Time Machine:Jonathan Smith's 'Gulliver's TravelsBased in Kew Gardens- Garden of Eden- A few miles from The Time Traveller in Richmond ~ Represents: Peace & happiness, unending work (always something to do in a garden), perfe…
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H G Wells's 'The Red Room' is in many ways a parody of the Gothic genre, where evil was often represented by an external entity: ghost, monster, vampire etc. It uses many of the features synonymous with the Gothic genre: the isolated setting, the three "grotesque custodians" of the castle, the darkn…
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H.G.Wells wrote mainly scientific and other fiction. He was bold, daring and innovative in introducing the concepts of time travel, invisibility, genetic experimentation and interstellar invasion and was prophetically accurate in predicting many scientific things in advance. He is considered the Fat…
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"The Time Machine" (1895) .
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Yes, as part of the plot. she was mysteriously killed by the Morlocks- I seem to recall they burned her alive- or her body.
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First real science fiction ( as opposed to fantasies like Rip Van Winkle) tale dealing with time travel and opened up a genre. For some reason known only to Mr. Wells, the lead character was anonymous- the Time Traveller.
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He wrote a lot more than just two of course but some of his more famous are: War of the Worlds The Time Machine Valley of the Blind Into the Maelstrom The Miracle Worker The Green Door
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No I do not think so as he was not alive , when that section was given.
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Yes, he was the youngest of 4 children. He was THE YOUNGEST OF 4 CHILDREN read it plz :)))))))
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The setting in the Time machine is in two main places. The story in the book is being told by the time traveller in his house parlour. The main bulk of where he is in the story however is around the Thames area of London in the year 802,701
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1. Page 21. "He rarely went abroad by daylight, but at twilight he would go out muffled up invisibly, whether the weather were cold or not, and he chose the loneliest paths and those most over-shadowed by trees and banks." (It is an irony that Griffin must cover his invisibility with something des…
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â??Moonlight Taleâ?? also known as â??The Beautiful Suitâ?? is a short story by H.G. Wells. The story is about a man whose mother has made him a lovely suit of clothes. He wants to wear it everywhere, but she insists he wear it only on special occasions. One night he disobeys all precautions and…
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a nice pun, I assume you mean Invisiblle Man- there was some humor in the film version where one had the classic grammatical error- I saw a pair of pants walking down the street yesterday- For Real! Unfortunately the Power went to the Invisible Man"s head, and he used it for crime- would have been b…
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he died at 79 on13th August 1946
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Largely monopolised socialist debate in the Edwardian years.They were complete opposites, so they complemented each other, but also disagreed sharply.
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Herbert George Wells is considered the Father of Science Fiction novels, writing such famous works as The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine and The Island of Dr. Moreau. It's also worth considering that most of his novels were written in the late 1800s, to the mid 1900s. Some of the Technology in …
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He died in 1946, approaching his eightieth birthday.
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Wells died of unspecified causes on 13 August 1946 at his home at 13 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, London, aged 79. Some reports also say he died of a heart attack at the flat of a friend in London, and some Internet sites also cite cancer of the liver or diabetes as cause of death.
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Fiction.
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he's had 4 children as far as I know. 2 with his wife(George Phillips and Frank Richard)-1901 and 19031 with Amber Reeves(Anna Jane)-19091 with Rebecca West(Anthony West)-1914
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London, England
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Do you mean "Did famous people like H.G.Wells?"Yes. He was a very sociable character, and enjoyed meeting all types and age-groups.
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Isabel Mary Wells was his first wife from 1891 to 1895. Amy Catherine Robbins was his second wife from 1895 to 1927.
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It is a science-fiction novel based on the theme of Time travel by a machine device- as opposed to accidental causes- like Rip Van Winkle, Suspended Animation in the arctic or antarctic, etc- all of these have been used- but Wells was the first to give it a technological spin- the controller of the …
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from old age. it happens to everybody in their lifetime
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When he was a wee little laddy, he had something happen to him that scared him for life. He used to love to watch the spaceshuttles go into the sky and every year he would sit with his notebook and write what he saw. One year he was watching it go up and up and it all of a sudden exploded and so the…
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EL is a divine suffix in Hebrew- examples- Israel, Emmanuel ( God with Us), ELizabeth- lit- God dwells within! Beth-el ( House of God) okay it implies religious or divine origins- the People of God- or Divine people, stretching things a bit.
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I read Wells' books at 7. Its not difficult language, and good ideas for curious youngsters.
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'Up the Bare Stairs' was written by Sean O'Faolain.
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The Time Machine
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104 pp. depending upon the published edition .
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the climax is the death scene at the end of the book
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HG Wells had two brothers who teased him all the time.
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Following is the answer which was previously posted: "What most people would expectantly consider to be a great achievement can turn out to be quite useless even dangerous. In the story 'The Invisible Man' we are taken through the long and difficult process that it took to create the Invisible Man…
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H.G. Wells has one poem that i know of (im trying to find more) its called Doomsday Song. and its impossibly hard to find. i found it in a poetry book, but nowhere online.
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I don"t think so, Wells was a science fiction bloke ,. not a poet. at the time most of the light-to-middle poetry market was covered extensively by Rudyard Kipling ( in England) Kipling won the Nobel prize for literature in l907, the youngest writer to do so. Unless you count songs like (Across the …
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H G Wells was a man with education a knowledge if science an imagination and a realisation of what might happen in the future or even what might be happening now with out our knowledge. Story tellers work with what they see in their imaginations.
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science fiction
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hope this helps! the time machine by H.G. Wells is a science fiction novel about a protagonist referred to as The Time Traveller. he travells into the year 802701 and discovers a new species called the Eloi. then the Time Traveller encounters the carnivorous Morlocks, who FEED on the Eloi. ( they ar…
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This was one his earliest science-fiction novels, and it caused an astonishing outrage because it was partly to do with experiments on live animals.It was branded obscene by many notable figures.
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Depending upon the edition , "The Time Machine" has 104 pp .
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They are not related physically, but they were both great writers, H.G. a book writer, and Orson a screenwriter.They actually appeared together on radio in a 1940 interview linked below.
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Don't abuse your gifts/powers.
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Statistics affects everybody and touches life at many points it is both science and art explain the statement with suitable example?
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Sci-Fi, action and drama
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About twelve, if you're reasonably educated.
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In the book he is only refered to as the Time Traveller. No name was ever given.Actually if you ever saw the movie you would hear people refer to him as Alex Har.tegan
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He was born on the 21st of September, 1866. He died on the 13th of August, 1946.
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From 1895 until her death in 1927. 32 years.
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It sets up why you are hearing the story being told. It also allows you to compare "normal" life (well, for back then) with the wild tale to follow, increasing the contrasts.
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21 September 1866 .
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many social situations in his novels
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Things to Come - based on his book of prophecy called 'The Shape of Things to Come'.
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H.G. Wells was an author (21/9/1866 - 13/7/1946), most famous for writing "The War of The Worlds".
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He died when he was 80.
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he was the youngest of four kids
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The Time Machine
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No. H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells was a man. He is portrayed as a woman on "Warehouse 13," though. I don't know why. He was, however, male.
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The main conflict is the invisibility of a middle-aged man named Griffin. While being a teacher at a college, he decides to disappear and devote his life to finding the formula for invisibility. When he discovers it, he decides to keep it to himself. When invisible he does various malicious things t…
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Socialist.He lived just long enough to experience the beginning of the Welfare State, and to see what was wrong with it.
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The Red Room was written in 1894.
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21 September 1866 .
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Herbert George Wells was the father of 4 children. two of which were from two different women. Two were from his wife.hope this helps ;)
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Hg wells went to the Morleys Commercial Academya private school because he broke his leg in an accident this made him bedridden and put an end to his criketing carreer
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one day he hit his head on a desk and went into a coma and when he woke up he decided to become a writer.
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The protagonist of the story mistakes a door at a construction site as his long lost portal and on passing through it with excitement falls to his death.
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The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds are H.G. Wells most famous works.
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War of the worlds
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He mostly enjoyed writing as he done a lot of it but also sciences.
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Adventure never fails unless you stop exploring. or, Adventure goes on and on as long as you keep exploring.
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Holy Socialism!
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1895 : "The Time Machine" .
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That would be either the Eloi or the Morlocks .
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If you mean the narrator then the name is not given other that he being referred to as the "Time Traveler" .
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H.G. Wells was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium on 16 August 1946, his ashes scattered at sea near Old Harry Rocks but there's a commemorative blue plaque in his honor installed at his home in Regent's Park .
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