Splintering Frame : The Later Fiction of H.G. Wellsby William J. Scheick
The notion that Wells's best work includes some of his later discursive novels of ideas might seem perverse. This focuses on Wells's fiction of the 1920s and 1930s and its goal is to deepen appreciation of Wells as a literary artist. Any consideration of Wells's artistry necessarily entails a consideration of his ideas, and this book focuses primarily on his concept of time and of the human will.
- Univ of Victoria Dept of English
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