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GCSE: H.G. Wells
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In the Time Machine the reader becomes familiar with H.G.Wells view of a dystopian future. How might this future be avoided?
It is the first sign that he has entered a future that has devolved as time has passed. A feeling that the new society is not friendly is grasped when the white Sphinx stares straight at him ?It chanced that the face was towards me; the sightless eyes seemed to watch me.? (Page 23 line 13). The Time Traveller then comes across the Elois who have evolved in looks. They are smaller and frailer and he can describe them all since they all look alike with the same features.
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