The Time Machine By HG Wells Essay
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The Time Machine By HG Wells Essay, Research Paper The Time Machine by HG Wells Two more books by H.G. Wells are: “The War OF THE WORLDS” “THE INVISIBLE MAN” The major characters were the following: The Time Traveler – He inventived the time machine and traveled through time Filby – Was very argumentitive, but a very close friend of the Time Traveler. The Eloi – Arace of sweet, innocent and child like people. Weena – She was one of the Eloi The Morlocks – They were a race of cannibals who raised the Eloi, like cattle for food. In the beginning of the story the Time Traveler, Filby and some fo their friends were talking about space and time dimension. He showed them a working model of the time machine and gave them a demonstration. When they left the Time Traveler went ito his labto get into his time machine. He stepped into the time machine sat down. He slowly pushed the lever forward to go ahed in time, as he got used to the controls he went faster. Through a window he saw he saw everything happening faster and a dial told him the date. The mannequin in the window also showed him the changing times. As he traveled through time he slowed down to take a closer look at the changes that were taking place, but he never left his lab. Finally hestoped when he saw a White Sphinx with wings that made it look like it was hovering. He stopped to fasted and the time machine fell on its’ side and he had to pull it up by a bar onit’s side. He was walking through a forest with trees filled with fruit, until he came to a large round building. Inside the bulding there was nothing but tables with bowls of fruit on them. He went utside to a riverthere he save Weena from drowning, this was his first encounter with the Eloi. The Eloi were simpel people who were dependent on the Morlocks for food and clothing. When he returned to the White Spinx his time machine was gone. The Time traveler saw that there were tracks on the ground, made by his time machine. At this time he noticed the tracks led behind the bronze doorsof the Sphinx which was actually a gateway to the Morlocks subterranean city.