La Maquina Del Tiempo Herbert George Wells pdf lit doc

July 18, 2019

La Maquina Del Tiempo por Herbert George Wells

Titulo del libro: La Maquina Del Tiempo

Autor: Herbert George Wells

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Although HG Wells"s scientific novels were once compared to the work of Jules Verne, the author of "The Time Machine" stated: "In reality, there is no literary resemblance between the anticipatory inventions of the great Frenchman and these fantasies" . "The Time Machine" finds more appropriate affiliation with Jonathan Swift or other contemporary utopian fantasies preoccupied with political ideas and social debates, such as Samuel Butler"s "Erewhon" or William Morris"s "News from Nowhere." The future in which the temporary traveler of Wells lands is one of the imaginary lands that populated the literature of the late nineteenth century, seeking to subvert the Victorian reality. Wells transcends science to speak to us about the development of civilization, the domination of the environment, the class struggle and, finally, the very decline of life on the planet.Although HG Wells"s scientific novels were eleven compared to the work of Jules Verne, the author of "The Time Machine" stated: "In reality, there is no literary resemblance between the anticipatory inventions of the great Frenchman and these fantasies." "The time machine" finds more appropriate affiliation with Jonathan Swift or other contemporary utopian fantasies preoccupied with political ideas and social debates, such as Samuel Butler"s "Erewhon" or William Morris"s "News from Nowhere." The future in which the temporary traveler of Wells lands is one of the imaginary lands that populated the literature of the late nineteenth century, seeking to subvert the Victorian reality. Wells transcends science to talk about the development of civilization, the domination of the environment, the class struggle and, finally, the very decline of life on the planet.