Additional Resources for The Time Machine by H. G. Wells

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Bergonzi, Bernard, The Early H. G. Wells: A Study of the Scientific Romances, Manchester University Press, 1961.

Bergonzi played a large part in establishing Wells's reputation as a great science fiction writer, arguing that Wells's scientific romances such as The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man, and The War of the Worlds are classics of the English language.

Coren, Michael, The Invisible Man: The Life and Liberties of H. G. Wells, Atheneum, 1993.

Coren explores the contradictions of Wells's life, claiming that although Wells championed women's suffrage, he was also a misogynist and that although he was sympathetic to the plight of the Jews, he held anti-Semitic views.

Huntington, John, The Logic of Fantasy: H. G. Wells and Science Fiction, Columbia University Press, 1982.

Huntington examines the relationship between Wells's writing and the genre of science fiction and considers how Wells contributed to the emerging...

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