Herbert-George Wells



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Herbert-George Wells (Britain, 1866)

"The Door in the Wall" (1895)

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"The Time Machine" (1895) +

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"The Invisible Man" (1897)

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"The Island of Dr Moreau" (1896)

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"The War of the Worlds" (1898) +

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"Love and Mr Lewisham" (1900)

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"The First Men in the Moon" (1901)

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"Kipps" (1905) +

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"Ann Veronica" (1909)

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"Tono-Bungay" (1909)

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"The History of Mr Polly" (1910) +

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"The New Machiavelli" (1911)

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Note that Herbert Wells' tale "The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes" (1895) mentions a fourth dimension of space, his novel "Wonderful Visit" (1895) specifically mentions the warped space of non-Euclidean geometry, and his novel "The Time Machine" (1895) explicitly mentions time as a fourth dimension, all of this ten years before Einstein's Relativity.

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