The Time Machine

H. G. Wells. 一一一一一一一一一 One The Time Traveller ( for so it will be.

Author: H. G. Wells

Publisher: Troll Communications

ISBN: 9780893753450

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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Illus. in black-and-white. When a turn-of-the-century scientist travels into the distant future in his time machine, he expects to find progress & superior people. But instead he discovers a world in decay. Reading level: 2.4.

Time Machines

H. G. Wells - Why His Time Machine Won't Work It was H. G. Wells who in 1895 introduced readers to the first time machine in the modern sense , in his story about a Victorian scientist who masters the fourth dimension and makes a gadget ...

Author: Paul J. Nahin

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387985718

Category: Science

Page: 628

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This book explores the idea of time travel from the first account in English literature to the latest theories of physicists such as Kip Thorne and Igor Novikov. This very readable work covers a variety of topics including: the history of time travel in fiction; the fundamental scientific concepts of time, spacetime, and the fourth dimension; the speculations of Einstein, Richard Feynman, Kurt Goedel, and others; time travel paradoxes, and much more.

The Return of the Time Machine

b 8901 464 0072 THE RETURN OF THE TIME MACHINE Undoubtedly the most perfect science fiction gem is H . G . Wells ' world - famous novel THE TIME MACHINE . This marvelous story of the inventor of the time - travelling machine and his ...

Author: Egon Friedell

Publisher: Borgo Press

ISBN:

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Page: 127

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The Time Machine

“I told some of you last Thursday of the principles of the Time Machine, and showed you the actual thing itself, incomplete in the workshop. There it is now, a little travel-worn, truly; and one of the ivory bars is cracked, and a brass ...

Author: Герберт Уэллс

Publisher: Litres

ISBN: 5040616007

Category: Fiction

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The Time Machine Hypothesis

1919, “The Runaway Skyscraper,” Murray Leinster Born in Virginia a year after the publication of H.G. Wells's The Time Machine, William Jenkins (1896–1975) wrote early and late in a variety of voices and genres, often under the Leinster ...

Author: Damien Broderick

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3030161781

Category: Science

Page: 243

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Every age has characteristic inventions that change the world. In the 19th century it was the steam engine and the train. For the 20th, electric and gasoline power, aircraft, nuclear weapons, even ventures into space. Today, the planet is awash with electronic business, chatter and virtual-reality entertainment so brilliant that the division between real and simulated is hard to discern. But one new idea from the 19th century has failed, so far, to enter reality—time travel, using machines to turn the time dimension into a two-way highway. Will it come true, as foreseen in science fiction? Might we expect visits to and from the future, sooner than from space? That is the Time Machine Hypothesis, examined here by futurist Damien Broderick, an award-winning writer and theorist of the genre of the future. Broderick homes in on the topic through the lens of science as well as fiction, exploring some fifty different time-travel scenarios and conundrums found in the science fiction literature and film.


Level 4 The Time Machine

would have to travel through the time that is passing as we stand here.' 'But,' I said, 'if it travelled into the past, why wasn't it here when we first came into this room, and last Thursday when we were here – and the Thursday before ...

Author: Herbert George Wells

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN: 1292293462

Category:

Page: 88

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The Time Machine Illustrated edition

it travelled into the future it would still be here all this time, since it must have travelled through this time. ... We cannot see it, nor can we appreciate this machine, any more than we can the spoke of a wheel spinning, or a bullet ...

Author: H.G. Wells

Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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The Time Machine by H.G. Wells reflects on the adventures of The Time Traveller-a man who constructs a machine which allows him to explore what the future has to offer. As he travels to as far as 802,701 AD, The Time Traveller encounters a world dominated by two types of creatures- beautiful and fragile Eloi and repulsive and brutal Morlocks. His journey then turns quickly from a series of observations into a dangerous quest to return back home, as he realizes that Morlocks have stolen his machine. A dystopian novel that fascinates the readers from the very beginning, The Time Machine both reflects Wells’s sceptical outlook on the future of the Late Victorian England and makes the reader meditate on the future of our civilization. Now even more enthralling in this illustrated edition.

The Time Machine The Invisible Man

Did I ever make a Time Machine, or a model of a Time Machine? Or is it all only a dream? They say life is a dream, a precious poor dream at times—but I can't stand another that won't fit. It's madness. And where did the dream come from?

Author: H. G. Wells

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101042559

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Together in one indispensable volume, The Time Machine and The Invisible Man are masterpieces of irony and imaginative vision from H. G. Wells, the father of science fiction. The Time Machine conveys the Time Traveller into the distant future and an extraordinary world. There, stranded on a slowly dying Earth, he discovers two bizarre races: the effete Eloi and the subterranean Morlocks—a haunting portrayal of Darwin’s evolutionary theory carried to a terrible conclusion. The Invisible Man is the fascinating tale of a brash young scientist who, experimenting on himself, becomes invisible and then criminally insane, trapped in the terror of his own creation. Convincing and unforgettably real, these two classics are consummate representations of the stories that defined science fiction—and inspired generations of readers and writers. With an Introduction by John Calvin Batchelor and an Afterword by Paul Youngquist

Classics Reimagined The Time Machine

My arms ached, my back was cramped, and I was trembling with the prolonged terror of a fall. Besides this, the unbroken darkness had had a distressing effect upon my eyes.The air was full of the throb and hum of machinery pumping air ...

Author: H.G. Wells

Publisher: Rockport Publishers

ISBN: 1631597280

Category: Fiction

Page: 208

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Retold with stunning modern illustration by the studio team Ale + Ale, The Time Machine is a masterpiece of invention and storytelling from the father of science fiction, H. G. Wells. In this unabridged classic, the time-traveling protagonist is propelled by his machine to the distant year of 802,701 AD. To his horror, he finds only a decaying Earth that is being gradually swallowed by the Sun, and where two strange species—the delicate Eloi and the fierce, subterranean Morlocks—inhabit an eerie dystopia. The Time Machine is a must-read for any science-fiction fan. The Classics Reimagined series is a library of stunning collector's editions of unabridged classic novels illustrated by contemporary artists from around the world. Each artist offers his or her own unique, visual interpretation of the most well-loved, widely read, and avidly collected literature from renowned authors. From Frankenstein to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and from Jane Austen to Edgar Allan Poe, art lovers and book collectors alike will not be able to resist owning the whole collection.