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Flaws in The Time Machine

Summary: Wells, H.G, The Time Machine. Describes how the futuristic novel, "The Time Machine", is poorly written.
Flaws in `The Time Machine'

The Time Machine is a classic novel. It was written many years ago by H. G. Wells and has been a well-critiqued tale. However, The Time Machine is flawed in a number of ways. The characters are not fully developed, the narration by the Traveller's friend is not needed, nor useful, and the story itself does not fit into any of the phases of comedy.

Characterization in The Time Machine is virtually non-existent. No information is given on the characters. The reader is unable to relate to, or understand the characters because they are void of personalities - or names for that matter. Most of the characters go by titles that are in accordance to their occupation; "the Medical Man" and "the Psychologist" are fine examples of this. One man goes by the name of Filby, and, although he does have a proper...

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