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H.G. Wells
A Short History of the World. 1922.
Wells’s tribute to “the needs of the busy general reader who wishes to refresh and repair his faded or fragmentary conceptions of the great adventure of mankind.”
The Invisible Man. 1897.
Wells’s thrilling masterpiece of the mad scientist.
The Island of Doctor Moreau. 1896.
The scientist playing god seems more relevant than ever in the age of cloning.
The Time Machine. 1898.
The classic time-traveling yarn: what seems too good to be true invariably is.
The War of the Worlds. 1898.
The original invasion from Mars, made all-too-real by Orson Welles in his 1938 radio adaptation.


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