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Asimov, Isaac, Introduction, in Three Novels of the Future, Nelson Doubleday Inc., 1979, pp. vii-xii.

Bergonzi, Bernard, "The Time Machine: An Ironic Myth," in H. G. Wells: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Bernard Bergonzi, Prentice-Hall Inc., 1976, pp. 39-56.

Burnett, John, The Annals of Labour: Autobiographies of British Working Class People, 1820-1920, Indiana University Press, 1974, p. 14.

Costa, Richard Hauer, H. G. Wells, Twayne Publishers, 1967, pp. 31-35.

Philmus, Robert M., "The Logic of 'Prophecy' in Time Machine," in H. G. Wells: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Bernard Bergonzi, Prentice Hall Inc., 1976, pp. 56-69.

Pritchett, V. S., "The Scientific Romances," in H. G. Wells: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Bernard Bergonzi, Prentice Hall Inc., 1976, pp. 32-39.

Wells, H. G., The Time Machine and Other Stories, Scholastic Book Services, 1963, pp. 1-124.

West, Anthony, "H. G. Wells," in H. G. Wells: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by...

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