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  • The Time Machine

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    More a book about Victorian society than that of the future’, is this a fair reflection of The Time Machine? `“Long ago I had a vague inkling of a machine…that shall travel indifferently in any direction of Space and Time, as the driver determines.” Filby contented himself with laughter. ‘’But I have experimental verification,” said the Time Traveller. ` Wells was born into British poverty to a working class family: father a gardener, shopkeeper and cricketer; mother a maid and housekeeper

  • The Time Machine

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    The Time Machine As I understand it, Darwin in his book ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES published in 1865, argues that natural selection leads to adaptive improvement. Or even, if evolution isn't under the influence of natural selection, this could still lead to divergence and diversity. At one time, there was a single ultimate ancestor, and from this, hundreds of millions of separate individual species evolved. This process where one species splits into two different species is called speciation

  • The Time Machine

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    The Time Machine The Time Traveller had built a time machine that would allow him to journey through time. He traveled into the future to the year 802,700. It is an extremely different world. It seemed almost utopian-like populated by a childish people, the Eloi. He studied and observed these creatures. Then his time machine was stolen. It is then when he discovers the existence of another people, the vicious Morlocks. Unlike, the nonchalant Eloi, the Morlocks live in desperation and

  • The Time Machine

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    I choose The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells, for my movie book comparison. H. G. Wells copyrighted it in 1895. Rod Taylor and Yvette Mimieux played the main characters in the movie. It was directed by George Pal and opened in the year of 1960. There were two main characters in the book and the movie. One of them was the time traveler, George, whom Rod Taylor played. And the other one was Weena, the child like woman that George the time traveler saves. Yvette Mimieux played her. Both the characters

  • Time Machine

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    film has some major differences from the novel. Several different timeframes are added and several of them are excluded as well. George stops several times during his journey to the future which is not in the novel. He stops during the WWI and WWII as well as in 1966. The movie doesn’t include the adventure the Time Traveller has after he leaves the time of 802,701 AD. During these adventures he sees different earth and encounters strange creatures. The most significant change regarding characters is

  • The Time Machine

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    Chapters 1 and 2 Summary The Time Traveller is in his home, speaking to a group of men that includes the narrator. He is lecturing on the fourth dimension. He tells them that a cube exists not only in space, but also in time. Time is the fourth dimension. Many of them are skeptical. The Time Traveller claims that one should be able to move about in the fourth dimension just as one can move about in the other three. After all, he notes, we are constantly moving forward in time, why not move faster or slower

  • The Time Machine

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    The Time Machine The Traveller took his friends through to his laboratory to show them the full-sized Time machine he built. It was streamlined with quartz rods protruding from the front and a seat for the occupant. The Traveller announced his intention to explore Time in it. Embarrassed, his friends made their excuses and left. Shrugging, the Traveller mounted the machine on his own and activated it. Stopping quickly, he found that the clock has moved forward several hours. He activated

  • The Time Machine

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    As fabled as fairies and dryads, only slightly more scientific, the imaginary device referred to as the “time machine” has gained many prospective engineers over the years. Young boys ponder thoughts of returning to Jurassic times in a time machine of their own, while little girls dream of princesses in castles. Even as we grow older, we fancy that such an appliance might help us revoke that angry diatribe towards our boss, or take us back to yesterday when we bought that lotto ticket. Certainly

  • Time Machine

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    The Time Machine Herbert George Wells was born in 1866 in Bromley, Kent, a few miles from London, the son of a house-maid and gardener. Wells died in 1946, a wealthy and famous author, having seen science fiction become a recognized literary form and having seen the world realize some of science fiction's fondest dreams and worst fears. Wells mother attempted to find him a safe occupation as a draper or chemist. Wells had a quick mind and a good memory that enabled him to pass subjects by examination

  • The Time Machine

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    characters in The Time Machine were The Time Traveler, Weena (an Eloi who The Time Traveler rescued), the Eloi as a race and the Morlocks as a race. Now that you know the main characters, I will explain their purpose in the novel and their behaviors. Weena was by far the most interesting character in the novel. She was an Eloi who was drowning while trying to bathe in a river. The Time Traveler quickly jumped into the river and rescued her. Weena then started following The Time Traveler everywhere

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