The Time Machine - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

As he hurls into the future, the Time Traveler discovers he is not seated properly in the seat. He notices the variations of day to night are getting slower. It gets gradually slower until the sun stopped setting altogether. The sun is more red and larger as time goes by. The stars are fading and the earth faces the sun on one side. The sun rises and sets in the west. The sky is red overhead and in the southwest. In the northeast, the sky is completely black with no stars to be seen. The earth is in perpetual twilight.

He sees red rocks and dark green foliage. There is no wind and no waves in the ocean. The air is very thin, making it difficult to breathe. The only creatures he sees are enormous white butterflies and giant crabs. As he is...

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