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H.G. WELLS

1866-1946
English

"We all have our time machines, don't we.
Those that take us back are memories...
And those that carry us forward, are dreams."

H. G. Wells (21 September 1866 - 13 August 1946) is famously often referred to as 'the father of science fiction' but Wells’s phenomenal imagination ranged far and wide and included works of comic social realism. Such is Wells's facility with story-telling that, well over a century after their publication, his stories are as fresh and compelling to us today as they would have been when his initial readers first turned their pages, often in astonishment and frequently in amusement. 

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