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Herbert George Wells was born on September 21 1866 in Bromley Kent Wells was an English author political philosopher sociologist and historian He was educated at the Normal School of Science in London where he won a scholarship Herbert worked as a drapers apprentice bookkeeper tutor and journalist until 1895 when he became a full-time author Wells married his cousin Isabel Mary Wells in 1891 but in 1894 he ran off with Amy Catherine Robbins She was a former pupil and in 1895 she became his second wife He had a 10 year relationship with Rebecca West That relationship produced one son Anthony in 1914 During his long life Herbert was deeply concerned with and wrote about the survival of modern society For some time he was a member of the Fabian Society He imagined a perfect world in which the vast and frightening material forces available to modern men and women would be reasonably controlled for progress and for the equal good of all His later works were increasingly pessimistic His book 42 to 44 punished most world leaders of this period Mind at the End of Its Tether expressed the authors doubts about the ability of humankind to survive Wells also wrote An Experiment in Autobiography in 1934 Herbert George Wells was most famous for his science-fiction novels with their predictive images The Time Machine mingled science adventure and political comment It was written in 1895 Some of his later works in this era were The Invisible Man in 1897 The War of the Worlds in 1898 and The Shape of Things to Come in 1933 Each of these three fantasies was made into a motion picture Wells also wrote novels devoted to character figuration Two of these novels were Kipps written in 1905 and The History of Mr Polly in 1910 The first published book by Wells was Textbook of Biology in 1893 His first
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