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the novel The Time Machine HG Wells shows the reader apessimistic glimpse of what he perceives to be the future of theindustrial world The way the writer tells the story he tries to get thereader to believe what he believes in the fourth dimension the timemachine and his pessimistic future For the writer of fantastic stories to help the reader play thegame properly he must help him in every possible unobtrusiveway to domesticate the impossible hypothesis He must trick himinto an unwary concession to some plausible assumption and geton with his story while the illusion holds This is exactly Wellstechnique in The Time Machine Hillegas p 200The Time Machine was mostly based on how the author felt He came from a poor group of people among a town of wealthypeople observing the disparity of both of the social classes It isalmost like the Morlocks living among the EloiIn The Time Machine Wells devices a geographical landscapefunctioning as a Poe-esque symbol of psychological terrainRainwater p 35 Some say that he was beyond his time Powerfullyinfluenced by Darwin Wells shows the direction in which the worldwas headed He sought that the female gender of humans would beon an equal level as male gender Also he anticipated the use ofweapons of mass destruction like atomic weapons that woulddestroy large cities and maybe eventually the world Wells wasahead of his time He was in many respects a pessimist and yethe continued to hope that somehow humanity would see its follybefore its too late Platzner p 113 In showing the reader of how he feels of the future he has theTime Traveler explain about the time traveling device Next Wellstalks about the life in the year eight hundred and two thousand sevenhundred and one AD Then the author writes about his characterobserving the environment of thousands of millions of years passedthe time of the Morlocks and the Eloi Later the
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