The Time Machine Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 1 page of analysis of The Time Machine by H.G. Wells.
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The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

Summary: Plot summation of 'The Time Machine,' a novel by written by H.G. Wells.
The Time Machine is a short but interesting sci-fi book about a Time Traveller who builds a time machine and travels through time in it. The Time Traveller goes through eight days in a strange futuristic world. Even though eight days has past in his world it has not even been one day. Yet he has been gone for so long because his Time Machine has been taken and hidden by and underworld animal called a Morlock. But when he tries to get back he just goes further into the future. But eventually he does get home again. But as soon as he is done fixing his machine he leaves again and does not come back.
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