A critical edition of the War of the worlds: H.G. Wells's scientific romance

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Indiana University Press, 1993 - Fiction - 319 pages
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Hughes (humanities, Univ. of Michigan) and Geduld (comparative literature, Indiana Univ.) have prepared a scholarly edition of Wells's novel with a lengthy introduction. In it, they compare the ... Read full review

Contents

THE WAR OF THE WORLDS
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Notes on The War of the Worlds
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Glossary of Places Mentioned in the Text
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About the author (1993)

Herbert George Wells's (1866-1946) career as an author was fostered by a childhood mishap. He broke his leg and spent his convalescence reading every book he could find. Wells earned a scholarship at the Norman School of Science in London. Wells's "science fiction" (although he never called it such) was influenced by his interest in biology. H. G. Wells gained fame with his first novel, "The Time Machine (1895)." He followed this with "The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896), The Invisible Man (1897), " and "The War Of The Worlds (1898).

Geduld is professor of Comparative literature at Indiana University

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