H.G. Wells

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Overview

This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set complements the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780415159104
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 4/3/1997
  • Series: Critical Heritage Series
  • Pages: 368
  • Lexile: 1350L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
Note on the Text 32
The Time Machine (July 1895)
1 notice, 'A Man of Genius', Review of Reviews, March 1895 33
2 unsigned review in Spectator, July 1895 34
3 review, Daily Chronicle, July 1895 38
4 article in Pall Mall Magazine, September 1895 40
The Island of Doctor Moreau (April 1896)
5 review in Saturday Review, April 1896 43
6 unsigned review in Spectator, April 1896 46
7 review, Manchester Guardian, April 1896 48
8 review, Speaker, April 1896 50
9 unsigned review in Athenaeum, May 1896 51
10 review, Guardian, June 1896 52
11 article in Revue des Deux Mondes, December 1904 54
The Plattner Story and Others (May 1897)
12 unsigned review in Athenaeum, June 1897 57
The Invisible Man (September 1897)
13 review in Bookman, October 1897 58
14 letter to Wells, December 1898 60
15 article in Review of Reviews, April 1898 61
The War of the Worlds (January 1898)
16 unsigned review in Spectator, January 1898 63
17 unsigned review in Athenaeum, February 1898 67
18 review, Critic, April 1898 68
19 review, Academy, January 1898 70
20 review in Nature, February 1898 74
21 on reviewers in the 1890s, Experiment in Autobiography, 1934 76
Love and Mr. Lewisham (June 1900)
22 review, Daily Telegraph, June 1900 78
23 review, Daily Chronicle, June 1900 80
24 review, Saturday Review, June 1900 82
25 review, Speaker, June 1900 83
Anticipations (November 1901) and Mankind in the Making (September 1903)
26 review, Westminster Gazette, November 1901 85
27 diary entry, December 1901 88
28 notice, Literary World, August 1902 89
29 review of Mankind in the Making, Academy and Literature, September 1903 90
30 review in Weekly Critical Review, February 1904 94
Early French responses (1901-3)
31 review in L'Ermitage, December 1901 99
32 review in Journal des Debats, March 1902 100
33 interview, T.P.'s Weekly, October 1903 101
The Food of the Gods (September 1904)
34 article in Heretics, 1905 103
A Modern Utopia (April 1905)
35 review in Fabian News, August 1905 110
36 review in Independent Review, October 1905 112
37 unsigned review in Spectator, October 1905 117
Kipps (October 1905)
38 review in Daily News, October 1905 122
39 letter to Wells, November 1905 126
40 review in Dial, January 1906 127
41 review in North American Review, October 1906 128
42 letter to Wells, September 1905 131
In the Days of the Comet (September 1906)
43 review, Outlook, September 1906 133
44 review, Saturday Review, September 1906 136
45 review in Fabian News, January 1907 140
46 article in Revue des Deux Mondes, November 1907 142
Tono-Bungay (February 1909)
47 review in Daily Chronicle, February 1909 146
48 review, Daily Telegraph, February 1909 147
49 diary entry, February 1909 150
50 unsigned review in Spectator, February 1909 151
51 review in New Age, March 1909 154
Ann Veronica (October 1909)
52 review in Daily News, October 1909 157
53 review in T.P.'s Weekly, October 1909 160
54 review, Nation, October 1909 165
55(a) 'A Poisonous Book', unsigned review in Spectator, November 1909 169
55(b) letter to the editor, Spectator, December 1909 172
The History of Mr. Polly (April 1910)
56 review, The Times Literary Supplement, April 1910 175
57 notice, North American Review, July 1910 177
58 review in Smart Set, July 1910 178
The New Machiavelli (January 1911)
59 diary entry, November 1910 181
60 review in Daily News, January 1911 183
61 review, The Times Literary Supplement, January 1911 186
62 review in Chicago Evening Post, January 1911 189
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