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Making the future of our cities

Whether we think of the dystopia of HG Wells or see something hopeful in the act of imagining the future, more akin to Thomas More’s vision in… 679 more words


Teaser Tuesday: The Time Machine

The Time Machine

By H.G. Wells

The fire burned brightly, and the soft radiance of the incandescent lights in the lilies of silver caught the bubbles that flashed and passed in our glasses. 296 more words

Teaser Tuesday

Quotes from "The Time Machine" - H.G. Wells

Finally got around to reading H.G Wells’ the Time Machine.  It’s a short read at just over 100 pages, but well worth it.  It’s a book that ought to have been longer in parts and shorter in others, but packed with some fascinating ideas and beautiful language.   771 more words

Leaders Are Readers

London Literature Festival: The Time Traveller

Having one of my all-time favourite books read by the actor who portrayed a time-travelling alien was the perfect combination to make me curious about this event. 306 more words

Christopher Eccleston

Regression in H. G. Wells' The Time Machine

The Time Machine by H. G. Wells explores the concept of evolution and regression. The novella discusses the possibility that a species does not always move forwards but instead, reaches a point of peak and begins to moves backwards into a decline. 911 more words


The fog of peace

It was going to be the end of war. Now Colombians wonder whether peace is possible.

On Sept. 26, President Juan Manuel Santos and the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC for its acronym in Spanish, signed a historic peace agreement after four years of negotiations to end Latin America’s longest-running conflict. 1,286 more words

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