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Asimov, Isaac. "The Science Fiction Breakthrough." In Asimov on Science Fiction. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1981. Asimov contends that Wells opened up the field of science fiction by focusing on the consequences of scientific advances.

Beetz, Kirk. "H. G. Wells: 1866-1946."

In Popular World Fiction: 1900-Present.

Vol. 4. Edited by Walton Beacham and Suzanne Niemeyer. Washington, DC: Beacham Publishing, 1987. Although it repeats much of the present article, this article covers Wells's literary career in greater depth and provides a detailed discussion of the adaptations of Wells's writings. It also includes indepth discussions of the novels The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds.

"H. G. Wells: 1866-1946." In Research Guide to Biography and Criticism. Vol. 2. Edited by Walton Beacham. Washington, DC: Research Publishing, 1985. Provides an overview of the biographical and autobiography resources available on Wells, as well as a survey of the major critical studies of Wells's works...

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