Essay on Analysis Of ' The Time Machine ' By H. G. Wells
Art is an imitation of life. Wells’ life experiences and his attitudes about society are present in the Time Machine. I will also explain the significance of Wells’ conversion from Christianity to Darwinism and how it played a substantial role in his depiction of characters and their conflicts in the Time Machine. The characters have evolved past a need for religion. The Godlike acts of the individual characters spread throughout the novel illustrate a void in rules of morality.
In reviewing scholarly texts on the Time Machine, critics primarily present the Time Machine as a science fiction novel. Although, I deem the novel as such myself, I will attempt to present the novel in its biographical context. I will discuss how Wells’ upbringing and his life’s experiences contributed significantly to his form of writing and the concerns in which his novel addressed.
The Time Machine is often…