Additional Resources for The Door in the Wall by H. G. Wells

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Batchelor, John H. G Wells, pp. 4-107. Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Provides an overview of Wells's "The Door in the Wall," offering an interpretation of the door's symbolism and commenting on the narrative style of the story.

Huntington, John. The Logic of Fantasy H G Wells and Science Fiction, pp. 50-91. New York Columbia University Press, 1982.

Analyzes the imagery in Wells's "The Door in the Wall" and illustrates how the imagery contributes to the theme of opposition between reality and imagination.

Wood, James Playsted 1 Told You Sol A Life of H G Wells,pp 109-22. New York Pantheon, 1969.

Examines Wells's style of depicting the conflict between science and imagination, and contends that the theme of conflict between the two is paramount in "The Door in the Wall"

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