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    H. G. Wells

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    Herbert George Wells had a mind well ahead of those in his time period. Wells often looked towards the future in his work as he became and important piece to the foundation of science fiction. Herbert was born into a family that was considered lower-middle class but struggled greatly to keep that spot in the class system of that time in England. His father, Joseph Wells owned a store but gained more profit from his ability to coach and play cricket (Hartsveldt 1). His family was just barely getting

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    H. G. Wells

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    H.G. Wells was born September 21, 1866 in Bromley, England as Herbert George Wells. His parents were Sarah and Joseph Wells. Joseph, his father owned a hardware store. Herbert also had two brothers and one sister: Frank, Fred, and Fanny Wells. His parents worried about Herbert’s poor health often. They thought he would die young, like his older sister. At seven years old, Herbert had an accident. They had to watch him more carefully. During this time, he read books. Sadly, his father’s shop failed

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    Biography Of H. G. Wells

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    Instructor: Kristen M. Shearlock English 132 23 April 2014 H.G. Wells Herbert George Wells was born in 1866, in Bromley, Kentucky. Born to Sarah Neal, maid to the upper classes, and Joseph Wells, shopkeeper and professional cricket player, Wells grew up very poor. His career as an author was fostered by an unfortunate accident as a child. He broke both of his legs and spent the mandatory rest period reading every book he could find. Wells was awarded a school scholarship and furthered his education

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    Born on 21 September 1866 in Bromley in Kent County, England, Herbert George Wells (H.G. Wells) was the youngest of 7 children of Joseph Wells and Sarah Neal. The Wells family deteriorated due to poverty and the marriage was not that happy; Joseph and Sarah would later live separately, though neither married another. (http://www.online-literature.com/wellshg/) His father launched a fruitless store that sells glassware and cricket equipment. Herbert’s father was also a skilled cricket player who earned

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    The Time Traveller by H G Wells. 'Time Travel' For my English Coursework Wide Reading Assignment I have read two S F novels. Even though they were written over 50 years apart they are similar in some ways and different in others. Both the books were based around 'time travel'. The first was the Time Traveller by H G Wells. A scientist had discovered a way to travel through time and when he travels to the future he finds that civilisation has broken down. The other book I read was 'The

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    Biography Herbert George Wells (or H.G. Wells for short) was born on September 21,1866 to a lady’s maid, and a gardener. HG Wells and his parents Sarah and Joseph, lived in Brombley, England. When HG Wells was seven years old, he had broken his leg. With all of the free time he had, he read and read. Wells had read so much, that he had a fascinating imagination, so filled with thoughts and ideas that he began writing his own little books by the age of ten. When HG Wells was thirteen, his parents

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    expanding knowledge and an increase in heathcare, it was filled with a variety of Victorian analysts who began to fear the threat of degeneration. The word itself represented the deterioration of the morals of civilized men (Burdett, 2016). H. G. Wells’ novel The Time Machine is a noteworthy work of science fiction that explored the themes of human degradation and inequality, subjects that were prominent during the Victorian Era in relation to Darwin’s theory of evolution. The novel focuses on

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    H. G. Wells: His Life and Philosophies

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    H. G. Wells had rather extreme views in every respect. He was a prominent Fabian for some time and upheld many socialistic ideas that many still have a problem with. His views on human nature were pessimistic, the future was an eventual disappointment, but his writing is the kind that can capture the attention of many people from all ages and walks of life and draw attention to his ideas—which he did to great effect. What makes these books so fascinating? To answer questions such as these, it is

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    novels about these scientific topics were written by author H. G. Wells in the late 19th century. H. G. Wells is well-known as “a man ahead of his time,” being recognized for writing novels about advanced scientific concepts that had never crossed the minds of other people who lived during his lifetime. In addition to being knowledgeable in the sciences, H. G. Wells was also very opinionated in politics. Although H. G. Wells is not as well-known for his politics as he is for his sciences, many of his

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    Doctor Moreau, H.G. Wells, felt very similarly on the topic. He was a skeptic of religious ethics in the world. Wells did not believe that the leaders of the church were pure, and they also abused their power to

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