His first novel, The Time Machine was an instant success and Wells produced a series of science fiction novels which pioneered our ideas of the future. His later work focused on satire and social criticism. Wells laid out his socialist views of human history in his Outline of History. He died in 1946.
In 1895, Wells became an overnight literary sensation with the publication of the novel The Time Machine. The book was about an English scientist who develops a time travel machine. While entertaining, the work also explored social and scientific topics, from class conflict to evolution. These themes recurred in some of his other popular works from this time.
- The Time Machine (2002) (atthemovieswithsilver.wordpress.com)
- We won´t have time machines. Ever. (popsensibility.wordpress.com)
- Time Travel (SHORT STORY) (leekottner.typepad.com)
- Trouble with finder and time machine (discussions.apple.com)
- Comment on Tech Yourself Back in Time with a Time Machine! by Mike Maynard (wonderoftech.com)
- The British Time Machine (mindthearch.com)
- Jesus was a Time Traveler: My review (gabina49.wordpress.com)
- Time machine being built in Philadelphia for arts festival (nj.com)
- Restoring the DeLorean time machine to its original glory (theverge.com)