Review of H.G. Wells' The Time Machine

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Review of H.G. Wells' The Time Machine Science fiction is literary or cinematic genre in which fantasy, typically based on scientific discoveries or developments, environmental changes, space travel, or life on other planets, forms part of the plot or background. Examples of scientific films would be Star Wars, I robot, Matrix, Star Trek and many more. In a scientific film you will find unusual weapons, fast weird looking cars, aliens, lots of machines and funny costumes, all this things show us it is a scientific film. 'The Time Machine' is a scientific Film and novel, which was written by H.GWells. This book was written in the year 1895 many other science-fiction classics followed like. The Island Of Dr. Moreau (1896), The Invisible Man (1897), The War of the Worlds (1898) and The First Men On The Moon (1901). In the 19th century there was lots of different inventions made, for example electric light (1880), telephone (1876) and also photography this caught many peoples imagination but of course not everyone could experience it. Many people were fascinated because of all the different inventions and changes they had to adapt to. This was because in the Victorian times not everyone felt that science was important, they were so used to the normal and natural life style. When inventors developed all the inventions it gave new ideas and also took them by storm. Readers can tell the novel, has a scientific basic due to its uses of language. We know the 'The Time Machine' was written in the Victorian times because he uses, Victorian languages and big posh unusual words. In chapter 7-7.1 the time traveller said ' we found some fruit wherewith to break our fast', break our fast stands for breakfast this is an example that shows that the book was written in the Victorian times. The Time Machine is about an inventor who was known as the time traveller. He was so fascinated by the future that he decided to build a time machine that could travel through time and space.

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