Analysis Of The Time Machine By Herbert Wells

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“The Time Machine” is called the most known fantastic novel of the 20th century. “The Time Machine” was written in 1985s, the author is Herbert Wells (1986-1946). In his philosophical and utopian works, the fantastic plot is mainly designed to expand socially satirical intent. Why does the author send his character in the future? Even more he wasn 't interested in the technology progress; he was interested in all of mankind in thousands years ahead. This particular novel covers important issues such as evaluation and degradation, progress and regress of the human species. What will happen to our society, culture and history? Is it going to have the better changes in thousands years, or the degradation of humanity is inevitable according to Well 's prediction.
What kind of future does Wells forecast?
The world of the future that Wells describes in his novel is the time of 802701 year. A terrifying surface of the neglected gardens, ruined buildings and two biologically separated species of "post human" occupied the Earth. Likewise, the world was divided into two parts: the Upper-World and the Underground World. As the matter of fact, Wells created the first anti-utopia in the world
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The transformation of mankind into bestial Morlocks and Eloi lasted for centuries and developed a feud between the two species. Through these images of Eloi and Marlocks, the author displays the problems that may affect the social world, and a lot of human qualities would be lost. Eventually the Time Traveler 's attitude toward the future civilization was changed, his expectations about the time of the golden age and the progress was transformed into the opposite way. He returned back home morally broken and oppressed from all the disastrous consequences of the 802701 year. The time machine reveals the result of scientific and technological progress as a result of the global

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