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But that was at Street Cobham, where the black vapour was allowed to remain until it sank of its own accord into the ground. As a rule the Martians, when it had served its purpose, cleared the air of it again by wading into it and directing a jet of steam upon it. Bibliography SOURCE1: Brian Murray, “H. G. Wells,” in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 70: British Mystery Writers, 1860-1919, edited by Bernard Benstock and Thomas F. Staley, Gale Research Inc., 1988, pp. 303-16. SOURCE2: Robert Crossley, in his H. G. Wells, Starmont House, Inc. 1986, 79 p. SOURCE3: Joseph Conrad, in a letter to H. G. Wells on December 4, 1898, in his Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters, Vol. I edited by G. Jean-Aubry, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1927, pp. 259-60. SOURCE4: Jules Verne, “Jules

Verne at Home, in an interview with Gordon Jones,” in Temple Bar, Vol. CXXIX, No. 523, June, 1904, pp. 664-71. SOURCE5: Virginia Woolf, “Modern Fiction,” in her Collected Essays, Vol. II, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967, pp. 103-10. SOURCE6: Christopher Isherwood, “H. G. Wells,” in his Exhumations: Stories, Articles, Verses, Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1966, pp. 38-46. SOURCE7: W. Somerset Maugham, “Some Novelists I Have Known,” in his The Vagrant Mood: Six Essays, Doubleday, 1953, pp. 202-50. SOURCE8: Michael Draper, “H. G. Wells,” in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 34: British Novelists, 1890-1929, edited by Thomas F. Staley, Gale Research Inc., 1985, pp. 292-315. SOURCE9: DISCovering Authors, Gale Research Inc., 1996. SOURCE10: Mark R. Hillegas, in his

The Future as Nightmare: H. G. Wells and the Anti-Utopians, Oxford University Press, 1967, 200 p.