The life and novels of H. G. Wells
Text from page i: "My plan for the discussion of the novels has been shaped largely by my conviction that in all of the novels the main interest, both to Wells and to the Reader, lies in the matter of theme. I have discussed the novels, therefore, in such a way as to make clear the nature of the themes, and to show how Wells has presented them. In doing the latter, I have considered some matters of construction and also, for certain of the novels, a much-used fantastic element. I have found that a number of the novels deal with general social interests, and that a number deal with specific problems; I have, therefore, discussed these two classes of novels in separate chapters."
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