The Time Machine - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The Time Traveler is returning home. He sees the housekeeper walk through the room again, only in reverse this time. He tells his guest the only difference is the time machine is in the opposite corner of the room. His explanation for this is that it is the distance from the hill to the White Sphinx. The Editor tells the Time Traveler he should write stories. The Time Traveler does not blame them for not believing and states he hardly believes it himself.

The Medical Man asks him where he really got the flowers. The Time Traveler's memory of his trip is fading. He runs to the laboratory with his guests following. The Time Machine is in the opposite corner from where it had been the week before. It is covered with smears, grass and moss. The Time TravelerTraveler tells his guests the...

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