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Allen 1895a Clodd 1895a Jackson 1895 Lyde 1895 Besant 1895 Wells 1895a
Botany, Philosophy, Heredity, Darwinism, Human Species, Archaeology, Exploration, Physical Geography, Theosophy, Science Fiction, Time, Futurism, Degeneration, Entropy
Suggests that although the new novel by Herbert G Wells has already appeared serially, 'it more than bears re-reading—it welcomes it'. Indeed, the book is full of 'qualities so novel and ingenious that [it] is sure to make a sensation', and the whole 'unusually exciting' tale is 'admirably done, in a manner worthy of Poe, and marks Mr. Wells as a writer who will have to be reckoned with' (91).
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