Why does H.G. Wells identify most of the characters in The Time Machine by title rather than name?
H.G. Wells' The Time Machine - like most science fiction - is more diagnosis than prognosis. In his novella Wells offers a critique of the capitalist structure of the Victorian society in which he lived, but projected into the distant future. There, 800,000 years hence, the ruling class has become a distinct but degenerate species, the Eloi, while the working class has become the...
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Well i think he got it