The Time Machine - Graphic Fiction: Graphic Revolve (Paperback)
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The Time Machine - Graphic Fiction: Graphic Revolve (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 13/12/2007
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Publisher: Capstone Press
ISBN: 9781598898897
Weight: 145 g
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 4 mm

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“An essential novella.”

A classic science fiction novella that is so much more than science fiction. The Time Machine asks questions about the future of humanity, the future of the social class system (of the Victorian era, but of course it... More

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“The Time Machine gave me a pleasurable read”

The Time Machine was H.G. Wells’ first published novel and it was a development of his previous story The Chronic Argonauts which was first aired in the Science School Journal that he edited as an undergraduate. To me... More

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“The Time Machine”

One of the first Science Fiction novels and one that possibly set the tone for the entire genre, The Time Machine is a fantastic read. Though it is only short, it presents a darkly realised version of future Earth in... More

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