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I am not a number

Personal observations on George Orwell  1903 – 1950

One only has to watch the television news to see images, which cannot help but remind you of the George Orwell book 1984. 1,158 more words

H.G. Wells

Geek Lit: Replay

One of the four basic building blocks of science fiction is time travel.  Alongside artificial life, space travel, and aliens, time travel has been explored in numerous ways in fiction going back at least as far as H.G. 596 more words


The Time Machine

Movies have the power to influence culture like no other art form. Since the 70’s, movies have become the number one form of entertainment for our species. 1,731 more words

Science Fiction

Book Review: "The Time Machine"

Rating: 6.3 out of 10.

Author: H.G. Well

Genre: Science Fiction

About: In 1888, Wells founded a periodical called The Science Schools Journal, for which he wrote a serial account of the future of humankind and the Earth, “The Chronic Argonauts”. 319 more words


Episode 2: Chamber Pots & Coffee Cups, Q &A

Yep! We are continuing on with the comprehension questions. Now if I only wanted to test your comprehension skills I would have done like I did at the high-school: give you inquiries with multiple choices to circle. 493 more words

#66: The Time-Machine by H. G. Wells (Katarina)

The Time-Machine (1895) introduces the concept of time-travel, which had a great impact on literature from then on. Catharina read this book in the beginning of the challenge and seems to have liked it quite a lot. 218 more words


Beautiful Scary Corners

Utopia: an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect. The word was first used in the book Utopia (1516) by Sir Thomas More. 513 more words

Dangerous Ideas