The Time Machine - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

It is midmorning before he reaches the rusted yellow chair he found on his first day. He sees the same beautiful landscape and realizes the life of the Eloi is similar to cattle in a field. Their end will be the same as well. He mourns the brevity of the human intellect. The Eloi once lived a life of absolute safety with health and no unsolved social issues. He believes there is no need for intellect when there is no need for change. The upper class has become feeble, but beautiful. The lower kept their initiative and remained industrious.

When they lost all other sources of meat, the Morlocks turned to what was once unthinkable. Since they had lost so much of their humanity, they lost the taboo of cannibalism. After a brief nap, the Time Traveler approached the White Sphinx. He was...

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