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A scientist builds a machine with the capabilities to take him traveling into the future or back in time.

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  • "A scientist builds a machine with the capabilities to take him traveling into the future or back in time."@en
  • "A scientist builds a machine with the capabilities to take him traveling into the future or back in time."
  • "This Graphic Novel Series features classic tales retold with attractive color illustrations. Educatiors using the Dale-Chall vocabulary system adapted each title. Each 70 page, softcover book retains key phrases and quotations from the original classics. Introduce literature to reluctant readers and motivate struggling readers. Students build confidence through reading practice. Motivation makes all the difference. What's more motivation then the expectation of success?"@en
  • ""La collection bilingue propose les chefs-d'oeuvre de la littérature mondiale. Lisez les textes originaux face à leur traduction française."--Editeur."@en
  • "When a Victorian scientist propels himself into the year a.d. 802,701, he is initially delighted to find that suffering has been replaced by beauty, contentment, and peace. Entranced at first by the Eloi, an elfin species descended from man, he soon realizes that these beautiful people are simply remnants of a once-great culture--now weak and childishly afraid of the dark. They have every reason to be afraid: in deep tunnels beneath their paradise lurks another race descended from humanity--the sinister Morlocks. And when the scientist's time machine vanishes, it becomes clear he must search these tunnels if he is ever to return to his own era."
  • "Travel along through the fourth dimension in this masterly vision of the future. Join the travelers as the apparently idyllic scene reveals the dreadful secret ways that humanity has confronted the problems that have evolved."@en
  • "A retelling of The time machine in comic book format."@en
  • "Length, width, and depth have always been accepted as the only three dimensions in which man can move, but a young scientist is convinced that there's a fourth dimension - time - and than man can travel in time - to yesterday and to tomorrow, into the past and into the future."@en
  • "A scientist invents a machine that transports him into the future."
  • "A scientist invents a machine that transports him into the future."@en
  • "The Time Machine is a science fiction tale by H. G. Wells, published in 1895, and is considered by many to be one of the greatest works of science fiction ever created. After inventing a machine that can move through time, the Traveler leaves Victorian London and goes far into the future. The world he discovers seems calm and quiet but as the Traveler looks below the surface he realizes that things are not exactly as they appear. Thought provoking and beautifully illustrated, this classic captures the imagination of readers of all ages and inspires a love of literature and reading."@en
  • "When a turn-of-the-century scientist builds a time machine, his perilous journey into the far distant future leads to the discovery of a strange and terrifying new world."
  • "When a turn-of-the-century scientist builds a time machine, his perilous journey into the far distant future leads to the discovery of a strange and terrifying new world."@en
  • "Een uit het Victoriaans tijdperk daterend verhaal over een reiziger in de tijd."
  • "A mixture of humour and uncanny adventures."
  • "Desperate to alter the course of time, a visionary scientist invents a revolutionary machine that propels him 800,000 years into the future. There he discovers that humans have evolved into two groups: the hunters and the hunted. Now he must fight to save himself, and all of mankind, in a final, desperate battle."@en
  • "A time traveler voyages into the future to find the world has been divided into two races."
  • "A time traveler voyages into the future to find the world has been divided into two races."@en
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous and underground Morlocks."
  • "A young scientist, to the amazement and disbelief of his colleagues and other experts, has perfected a machine that lets him live one of mankind's oldest dreams, to live in times other than his own."@en
  • ""Convaincu que la durée est une quatrième dimension de même nature que la longueur, la largeur et la hauteur, l'explorateur du temps construit une extraordinaire machine qui va lui permette de se déplacer à travers les siècles."
  • "Man can move easily enough in the three dimensions of space - why not the fourth: Time? An intriguing after-dinner conversation takes an unexpected turn when the host produces a small machine, which promptly disappears into thin air. It has been sent into the future, he says. Or maybe the past. As his skeptical guests try to fathom what they have seen, the host unveils a full-size machine, nearing completion. At a similar gathering one week later the host appears late, ghastly pale and badly disheveled. He has seen the future, witnessed the evolutionary path Man has taken. It is a world populated by the Eloi -- exquisite, frail, gentle creatures living in harmonious communes. They suggest to him a theory: that Nature has been tamed, violence eradicated -- even intelligence is redundant in this secure, comfortable future-world. It is a theory that soon needs revising. "Later," he tells his guests, "I was to appreciate how far it fell short of the reality." The dark vision of human destiny established H.G. Wells as the founding father of science fiction, long before that term became part of the literary lexicon. -- from publisher."
  • "Illus. in black-and-white. When a turn-of-the-century scientist travels into the distant future in his time machine, he expects to find progress and superior people. But instead he discovers a world in decay. Reading level: 2.4."@en
  • "H. G. Wells' The Time Machine, from 1895, popularized the idea of a vehicle that allows its user to travel intentionally and selectively across time, and indeed Wells is credited with coining the very term "time machine." The Time Traveler of this novella tests his time machine with a leap forward to the year 802,701 A.D., to find that evolution has produced two very different post-human races - the peaceful and childlike fruit-eating Eloi and the Morlocks - pale, darkness-dwelling troglodites who operate the underground machinery that makes this seeming paradise possible."
  • "At the beginning of the twentieth century, a scientist builds a machine that takes him into the future where he encounters two very different civilizations."@en
  • "Presents the classic tale depicting the adventures of the time traveler whose fantastic invention carries him into the world of the future."
  • "Tor Classics are affordably-priced editions designed to attract the young reader. Original dynamic cover art enthusiastically represents the excitement of each story. Appropriate "reader friendly" type sizes have been chosen for each title'offering clear, accurate, and readable text. All editions are complete and unabridged, and feature Introductions and Afterwords. This edition of The Time Machine includes an Introduction, Biographical Note, and Afterword by James Gunn. The time' 802,701 A.D. The place' An Earth stranger than you can imagine. The people' A pretty, childlike race, the Eloi-and their distant cousins, the Morlocks: disgusting, hairy creatures who live in caves and feed on the flesh of-what' Enter the Time Traveller, who has hurtled almost a million years into the future. After the Morlocks steal his machine he may be trapped there ... and at their mercy. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied."@en
  • "A dreamer obsessed with traveling through time builds himself a time machine and, much to his surprise, travels over 800,000 years into the future. The world has been transformed with a society living in apparent harmony and bliss, but as the Traveler stays in this world of the future he discovers a hidden barbaric and depraved subterranean class. Wells's translucent commentary on the capitalist society was an instant bestseller and launched the time-travel genre."
  • "Convaincu que la durée est une quatrième dimension de même nature que la longueur, la largeur et la hauteur, l'explorateur du temps construit une extraordinaire machine qui va lui permettre de se déplacer à travers les siècles."
  • "This abridged classic is buoyed by a spirited dramatization featuring Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie, also known, respectively, as "Spock" and "Q" to Star TrekR fans. The Time Traveler's tale of the future is a disturbing vision of the human situation as it appeared to Wells in the late 19th century. The Traveler encounters a community consisting of only two species of animals: the barbaric Morlocks and the gentle Eloi. The evolution of these two species began in industrialized England. Nimoy, as the Time Traveler, and de Lancie, as his 19th-century friend and confidant, are superb in their roles and clearly having fun with this production. The supporting crew of readers provide a robust atmosphere of doubt, debate, and incredulity."
  • "In 'The Time Machine', Wells' time traveller journeys to 802701 AD, where humanity has evolved and divided into the effete Eloi and the brutal Morlocks. This science fiction classic raises profound questions about progress and social order."
  • "A scientist invents a machine that carries him into the future. While there, he discovers a race of gentle humans. He also meets some evil creatures. Even worse, his Time Machine is trapped deep inside their secret caverns."@en
  • "A time traveler voyages into the year 802701 to discover that the world is divided into two groups, the Morlocks and the Eloi."
  • "A time traveler voyages into the year 802701 to discover that the world is divided into two groups, the Morlocks and the Eloi."@en
  • "The time traveller finds himself in a desparate struggle far below the surface of the earth as he fights to recapture the machine that is his sole chance for escape."@en
  • "Relates in comic strip format the adventures of a scientist who invents a machine that transports him into the future."@en
  • "The first and greatest portrayal of time travel is printed with a newly established text, a full biographical essay on Wells, a list of further reading, and detailed notes."
  • "The Time Traveller has discovered the secret of the Fourth Dimension of space. Strapped on to his time machine, he journeys far into the future to find out what has happened to mankind. The first, and still one of the very best of scientific romances."@en
  • "A nameless English time traveller journeys to a dystopian society in the year 802,701 and then to a time roughly 30 million years from his own, where he sees some of the last living things on a dying Earth."@en
  • "An abridged version of the science fiction novel about the scientist who invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."
  • "The Time Machine is the fascinating oral diary of the Time Traveler;the first man to journey beyond the conventional limits of time. As the first of H.G. Wells' visionary novels, it created the science fiction genre by giving us a tantalizing glimpse at the future. When the Time Traveler crash-lands in the year 802,701, he is surrounded by lush landscapes and a small, gentle people named Eloi. Amazed by their apparent bliss, he wishes to bring their secrets back to his troubled time. As the sun sets, however, all harmony is shattered when the time machine disappears and the fearsome Morlocks stalk the cowering Eloi."@en
  • "This novel follows the adventures of a hypothetical Time Traveller who journeys into the future to find that humanity has evolved into two races: the peaceful Eloi--vegetarians who tire easily--and the carnivorous, predatory Morlocks."
  • "The first 'scientific thriller' in our language. It tells of a man of vision who devises a means of traveling through time."@en
  • "A retelling of The Time Machine in comic book format."@en
  • "Scientific visionary. Social prophet. Master storyteller. Few novelists have captivated generations of readers like H. G. Wells. In enduring, electrifying detail, he takes us to dimensions of time and space that have haunted our dreams for centuries -- and shows us ourselves as we really are."
  • "CLASSIC FICTION. When a Victorian scientist propels himself into the year 802,701 AD, he is initially delighted to find that suffering has been replaced by beauty, contentment and peace. Entranced at first by the Eloi, an elfin species descended from man, he soon realises that this beautiful people are simply remnants of a once-great culture - now weak and childishly afraid of the dark. They have every reason to be afraid: in deep tunnels beneath their paradise lurks another race descended from humanity - the sinister Morlocks. And when the scientist's time machine vanishes, it becomes clear he must search these tunnels, if he is ever to return to his own era."
  • "When the Time Traveller courageously stepped out of his machine for the first time, he found himself in the year 802,700--and everything has changed.??In another, more utopian age, creatures seemed to dwell together in perfect harmony.??The Time Traveller thought he could study these marvelous beings--unearth their secret and then retum to his own time--until he discovered that his invention, his only avenue of escape, had been stolen.??H.G. Well's famous novel of one man's astonishing journey beyond the conventional limits of the imagination first appeared in 1895.??It won him immediate recognition, and has been regarded ever since as one of the great masterpieces in the literature of science fiction.From the Paperback edition."@en
  • "A time traveler conveys himself in his time machine to the year 802,700, hopes to observe the civilization he finds, but then discovers that the machine has been stolen."
  • "Juvenile fiction."@en
  • "A scientist invents a machine that transports him far into the future where he discovers a changed world inhabited by two unusual races, the Eloi and the Morlicks."@en
  • "A time traveling scientist sees the future of man (802,701 A.D.) and then the inevitable future of the world."
  • "A time traveling scientist sees the future of man (802,701 A.D.) and then the inevitable future of the world."@en
  • "A time traveler makes a machine that enables him to travel backwards and forwards in time."
  • "Un supplément de 32 pages (jeux, tests, exercices d'observation) prolonge la lecture de ce roman."
  • "A passionate inventor relates his experiences with a time traveling device of his own creation, by use of which he visits the far future and discovers the ultimate deterioration or degeneration of human society before the final geological destruction of the earth in eons hence."@en
  • "Thirty-five reproducible activities per guide reiforce basic reading and comprehension skills while teaching higher-order critical thinking. Also included are teaching suggestions, background notes, summaries, and answer keys."@en
  • ""In this retelling, a scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks"--Publisher."@en
  • "An explorer travels to the future, viewing society thousands of years in the future from the late 19th century."@en
  • "An abridged version of the story complete with vocabulary and comprehension checks for beginning readers."
  • "The Time Traveller journeys 800,000 years into the future and discovers two bizarre races at war on the Earth, the ethereal Eloi and the subterranean Morlocks."
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel into the future, where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."
  • "The time traveller has built a time machine and has gone into the future to the year 802,701. He expects to find a better world with highly intelligent people and great inventions. Instead, he finds that people have become weak, child-like creatures. They dance and sing and wear flowers. They seem happy, but why are they so frightened of the dark? And who or what has taken his time machine? Will the time traveller ever be able to return to the present? From p. 4 of cover."
  • ""An early example of time travel. The Traveler uses his machine to visit many different eras. In 802, 701 A.D. he discovers a communistic community that is quite peaceful. The Eloi had no conflict and because of that there was no need for improvements thus their culture was stagnating. the Traveler discovers that under the surface things are not as they seem"--P. [4] of cover."
  • "Relates the adventures of a scientist who invents a machine that transports him into the future."
  • "Relates the adventures of a scientist who invents a machine that transports him into the future."@en
  • "An explorer travels to the future, viewing society thousands of years in the future from the late 19th century."
  • "Classic science-fiction novel recounts the adventures of a hypothetical Time-Traveler who journeys into the future."@en
  • "The first novel by H. G. Wells, 'The time machine' was first published in book form in 1895. The novel is considered one of the earliest works of science fiction and the progenitor of the 'time travel' subgenre. Wells advanced his social and political ideas in this narrative of a nameless time traveller who is hurtled into the year 802,701 by his elaborate ivory, crystal and brass contraption. The world he finds is peopled by two races: the decadent Eloi, fluttery and useless, are dependent for food, clothing and shelter on the simian subterranean Morlocks, who prey on them. The two races - whose names are borrowed from the biblical Eli and Moloch - symbolize Wells's vision of the eventual result of unchecked capitalism: a neurasthenic upper class that would eventually be devoured by a proletariat driven to the depths."
  • "The first time traveler's explores the future and encounters the peaceful Eloi and the dreaded Morlocks."@en
  • "Sci fi classic."
  • "A Victorian scientist develops a time machine and travels to the year 802,171 AD. There he finds the meek, child-like Eloi who live in fear of the underground-dwelling Morlocks. When his time machine goes missing, the Traveller faces a fight to enter the Morlocks' domain and return to his own time. "The time machine" remains one of the cornerstones of science-fiction literature and has proved hugely influential."@en
  • "An inventor living in Victorian England develops said machine and travels to the year 802,701 A.D. There he finds two distinct races of beings: the Eloi, lithe, androgynous and child-like, they are the result of millennia of communistic living; and the Morlocks, the pale, apelike, underground dwelling creatures who are industrious and brutal."@en
  • "An ADAPTION of the classic science-fiction novel where a scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."
  • "Presents a science fiction story about a Time Traveler."
  • "Novel about the scientist who invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers hideous underground Morlocks."@en
  • "An adaptation of Wells's story in which a scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel hundreds of thousands of years into the future, where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."@en
  • ""A young scientist travels 800,000 years into the future only to become very disillusioned with what he sees. Humans have evolved into two distinct humanoid species: the brutal Morlocks and the gentle Eloi. The scientist notes that the Eloi had relinquished the qualities of power and intelligence, thus making them vulnerable to the hungry Morlocks. Wells' cautionary tale warns us about the danger of a polarized society with an ever-increasing gap between rich and poor. He also conveys the idea that material progress and comfort breed complacency."--Front flap."@en
  • ""Wells advanced his social and political ideas in this narrative of a nameless Time Traveller who is hurtled into the year 802,701 by his elaborate ivory, crystal, and brass contraption. The world he finds is peopled by two races: the decadent Eloi, fluttery and useless, are dependent for, clothing, and shelter on the simian subterranean Morlocks, who prey on them. The two races -- whose names are borrowed from the Biblical Eli and Molach -- symbolize Wells's vision of the eventual result of unchecked capitalism: a neurasthenic upper class that would eventually be devoured by a proletariat driven to the depths." Merriam-"@en
  • ""An intrepid adventurer, known simply as the Time Traveler, meets his friends for dinner one night. During the conversation, he baffles them with his wild ideas about moving forward or backward in time. His claims are met with disbelief. Even when he proves his theory with a real-life experiment, his associates simply claim that he is a trickster--a magician. A week later, he enthralls his acquaintances yet again. He tells a story so unbelievable that it can't be true ... or can it? ..."--P. [4] of cover."@en
  • ""An intrepid adventurer, known simply as the Time Traveler, meets his friends for dinner one night. During the conversation, he baffles them with his wild ideas about moving forward or backward in time. His claims are met with disbelief. Even when he proves his theory with a real-life experiment, his associates simply claim that he is a trickster--a magician. A week later, he enthralls his acquaintances yet again. He tells a story so unbelievable that it can't be true ... or can it? ..."--P. [4] of cover."
  • "Timeless Classics--designed for the sturggling reader and adapted to retain the integrity of the original classic. These classic novels will grab a students attention from the first page. Included are eight pages of end-of-book activities to enhance the reading experience, bringing each book to 88 pages."@en
  • "Collection of Wells' science fiction stories, including the most famous, The Time Machine."@en
  • "A scientist invents a machine that transports him far into the future where he discovers a changed world inhabited by two unusual races, the Eloi and the Morlocks."@en
  • "A scientist invents a machine that transports him far into the future where he discovers a changed world inhabited by two unusual races, the Eloi and the Morlocks."
  • "The traveler shatters the barriers of now, leaping 800,000 years into tomorrow."@en
  • "Containing 11 reproducible exercises to maximize vocabulary development and comprehension skills, these guides include pre-and post-reading activities, story synopses, key vocabulary, and answer keys."@en
  • "Presents the classic science fiction thriller depicting the adventures of the Time Traveler whose fantastic invention carries him into the world of the future."
  • "In this graphic retelling, a man invents a time machine and travels far into the future where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the Morlocks, who live underground."@en
  • "An amateur inventor identified simply as The Time Traveller demonstrates to friends using a miniature model that time is a fourth dimension. He proves that movement is possible into this fourth dimension and sets out to build a larger machine capable of carrying himself, immediately setting off on a journey into the future. This Science Fiction classic was first published in serial form in the New Review through 1894 and 1895."@en
  • "A classic novel of the future follows the Time Traveller as he hurtles one million years into the future and encounters a world populated by two distinct races, the childlike Eloi and the disgusting Morlocks who prey on the Eloi."
  • "The Time Machine is a novella by H.G. Wells, first published in 1895 and later directly adapted into at least two feature films of the same name, as well as two television versions, and a large number of comic book adaptations. It indirectly inspired many more works of fiction in all media. This 38,000 word novella is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposefully and selectively. The term "time machine", coined by Wells, is now universally used to refer to such a vehicle. It was also inspired b."@en
  • "When the Time Traveler courageously stepped out of his machine for the first time, he found himself in the year 802,700-- and everything had changed. With a speculative leap that still fires the imagination, H. G. Wells sends his explorer to face a future burdened with our greatest hopes...and our darkest fears. Propelled to the age of a slowly dying Earth, he discovers two bizarre races-- the ethereal Eloi and the subterranean Morlocks-- who not only symbolize the duality of human nature but offer a terrifying portrait of the men of tomorrow as well."
  • "He stepped out of his time machine and found himself in the year 802,700."@en
  • "When a Victorian scientist propels himself into the year 802,701 AD, he is initially delighted to find that suffering has been replaced by beauty, contentment and peace. Entranced at first by the Eloi, an elfin species descended from man, he soon realizes that this beautiful people are simply remnants of a once-great culture - now weak and childishly afraid of the dark. They have every reason to be afraid: in deep tunnels beneath their paradise lurks another race descended from humanity - the sinister Morlocks. And when the scientist's time machine vanishes, it becomes clear he must search these tunnels, if he is ever to return to his own era. The Time Machine is an adventure story, a social commentary and a dark warning of the dangers facing humanity."
  • "He is an alien on his own planet and time is running out fast as the soft little tentacles grab him on his hands and shoulders."@en
  • ""A young scientist, to the amazement and disbelief of his colleagues and other experts, has perfected a machine that lets him live one of mankind's oldest dreams--to live in times other than his own. Everyone is skeptical, but he returns not only with the most fantastic story anyone has ever heard, but with actual proof of his travels."--Bk. back cover."@en
  • "A time traveller who voyages into the future finds that the world has been divided into two races."@en
  • ""Wells advanced his social and political ideas in this narrative of a nameless Time Traveler who is hurtled into the year 802,701 by his elaborate ivory, crystal, and brass contraption. The world he finds is peopled by two races: the decadent Eloi, fluttery and useless, are dependent for food, clothing, and shelter on the simian subterranean Morlocks, who prey on them. The two races -- whose names are borrowed from the Biblical Eli and Moloch -- symbolize Wells's vision of the eventual result of unchecked capitalism: a neurasthenic upper class that would eventually be devoured by a proletariat driven to the depths." Merriam-Webster's Ency of Lit *** "Presents a large-print edition story of a time traveler who voyages into the future only to discover that the world has been divided into two races.""
  • ""I've had a most amazing time ..." So begins the Time Traveller's astonishing firsthand account of his journey 800,000 years beyond his own era-and the story that launched H.G. Wells's successful career and earned him the reputation as the father of science fiction. With a speculative leap that still fires the imagination, Wells sends his brave explorer to face a future burdened with our greatest hopes ... and our darkest fears. A pull of the Time Machine's lever propels him to the age of a slowly dying Earth. There he discovers two bizarre races-the ethereal Eloi and the subte."@en
  • "This adaptation of the original story is presented in the format of a novel study, complete with exercises and vocabulary lists, and is geared to the language arts classes of grades 4 and 5."
  • "A classic novel of the future follows a scientist as he hurtles one million years into the future and encounters a world populated by two distinct races, the childlike Eloi and the disgusting Morlocks who prey on the Eloi."@en
  • "A young scientist, to the amazement and disbelief of his colleagues and other experts, has perfected a machine that lets him live one of mankind's oldest dreams--to live in times other than his own."
  • "A young scientist, to the amazement and disbelief of his colleagues and other experts, has perfected a machine that lets him live one of mankind's oldest dreams--to live in times other than his own."@en
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel hundreds of thousands of years into the future, where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."@en
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel hundreds of thousands of years into the future, where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."
  • "When the Time Traveller courageously stepped out of his machine for the first time, he found himself in the year 802,700--and everything has changed. In another, more utopian age, creatures seemed to dwell together in perfect harmony. The Time Traveller thought he could study these marvelous beings--unearth their secret and then retum to his own time--until he discovered that his invention, his only avenue of escape, had been stolen. H.G. Well's famous novel of one man's astonishing journey beyond the conventional limits of the imagination first appeared in 1895. It won him immediate recognition, and has been regarded ever since as one of the great masterpieces in the literature of science fiction. From the Paperback edition."@en
  • "The Time Traveler recounts his experiences with a time machine, while those around him eagerly wait to find out what the future is really like."
  • "Een uit het Victoriaanse tijdperk daterend verhaal over een reiziger in de tijd."
  • "The book that introduced the world to time travel In H. G. Wells’s immortal novella, an unnamed Time Traveller builds a machine that hurtles him to the year 802,701 AD. He discovers a world divided into two species: the peaceful Eloi, who live in colossal, crumbling buildings and are childlike in size and demeanor, and the hulking Morlocks—pale, simian creatures who dwell below ground and prey on their terrestrial counterparts. When his time machine is stolen, the Traveller must outwit the Morlocks in order to retrieve it, escaping their clutches by skipping like a stone across the surface of time. On a frozen red beach thirty million years in the future, he bears witness to the planet’s terrible last days. The first of H. G. Wells’s “scientific romances,” The Time Machine is a thrilling tale of adventure, and an unsettling thought experiment on the nature of progress and the transience of humankind. Its central conceit has inspired countless writers, artists, and filmmakers, and is undoubtedly one of the greatest inventions in modern literature."@en
  • "Invisible man: The story of a scientist who discovers a serum that will turn his entire body invisible, but then is unable to turn himself visible again."
  • "Time machine: A haunting picture of Earth some 800,000 years into the future, warning of the dangerous consequences of unchecked technological advancements."
  • "Presents the classic science-fiction thriller depicting the adventures of the Time Traveler whose fantastic invention carries him into the world of the future."
  • "Presents the classic science-fiction thriller depicting the adventures of the Time Traveler whose fantastic invention carries him into the world of the future."@en
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."@en
  • "A scientist invents a time machine and uses it to travel to the year 802,701 A.D., where he discovers the childlike Eloi and the hideous underground Morlocks."

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  • "Science fiction."
  • "Science fiction."@en
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Specimens"
  • "Specimens"@en
  • "Large type books."@en
  • "Powieść angielska"
  • "Ouvrages pour la jeunesse."
  • "Fictional literature."@en
  • "Audiobooks."@en
  • "Comic books, strips, etc."
  • "Comic books, strips, etc."@en

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  • "Time machine /"
  • "Time machine /"@en
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : suivi de L'île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : suivi de, L'île du docteur Moreau ; trad. de l'anglais par Henry D. Davray."
  • "Time machine."
  • "Time machine."@en
  • "Time Machine."
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps (the Time machine) : roman /"
  • "The time machine : An invention."
  • "The Time machine : an invention /"
  • "The Time machine : an invention."
  • "The time machine; an invention /"@en
  • "The time machine, an invention,"@en
  • "The time machine, an invention,"
  • "The Time machine, an invention, by H. G. Wells,..."
  • "The time machine : [screenplay] /"
  • "The Time Machine ... Adapted and simplified ... by Michael West ... Illustrated by R. Webster."@en
  • "The Science fiction. Vol. 1. The Time machine. The Island of Dr Moreau. The War of the worlds. The First man in the moon /"
  • "Île du Docteur Moreau"
  • "The Time Machine : Abridged and Adapted."
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps : roman = (The time machine) /"
  • "The Time machine."
  • "Île du docteur Moreau"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : suivi du ; Docteur Moreau /"
  • "The time machine : a novel /"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ; suivi de l?île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "The Time Machine,"@en
  • "The time machine : an invention."
  • "The time machine : an invention."@en
  • "La machine à explorer le temps ; L'Ile du Dr. Moreau /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : suivi de L'île du Docteur Moreau /"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps suivi de L'Ile du docteur Moreau. Trad. de l'anglais par Henry D. Davray."
  • "Wells, Herbert G.: The wonderful visit"
  • "The time machine an invention"
  • "La machine a explorer le temps /"@tr
  • "La machine a explorer le temps /"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps suivi de L'Ile du docteur Moreau. Trad. de l'anglais...."
  • "The time machine [Hauptbd.]. Text and study aids"
  • "The time machine : an invention : [science fiction story] /"
  • "The time machine: an invention."
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ; "suivi de" L'Île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps = The time machine : roman /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps"
  • "Time machine [omnibus]."@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps."
  • "The time machine : text and study aids /"
  • "The Time Machine : an Invention /"
  • "Time Machine /"
  • "The time machine [pbk] /"
  • "The Time machine, H. G. Wells, an invention. With a preface by the author written for this edition and designs by W. A. Dwiggins."
  • "The Time machine = La Machine à explorer le temps /"
  • "The time machine : adapted and simplified within the vocabulary of New Method Reader 6, by M. West."@en
  • "The time machine, an invention : <a novel.>."@en
  • "The Time Machine"@en
  • "The Time Machine"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps /"
  • "The time machine [sound recording] /"
  • "The time machine / S"
  • "The Time Machine An Invention/"@en
  • "The time machine : [in a specially adapted version ...] /"
  • "The Time Machine. An invention."@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ("The Time machine"), roman. Traduction de Henry-D. Davray."
  • "La machine à explorer le temps suivi de l'île du docteur Moreau/"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps (The time machine) : Roman /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : (The time machine) : roman /"
  • "The Time Machine : and other stories /"
  • "The Time machine...."
  • "The time machine; an invention,"
  • "The time machine /"
  • "The time machine /"@en
  • "The time machine /"@tr
  • "La machine à explorer le temps ; suivi de, L'île du Docteur Moreau /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps : roman /"
  • "The time machine study guide /"@en
  • "The "Time Machine" : Level 4."@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ; (suivi de) L'île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "The time machine: an invention /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps suivi de L'île du Docteur Moreau /"
  • "science fiction"
  • "La machine a explorer le temps = The time machine /"
  • "The Time machine : level 4 /"@en
  • "The time machine ; The island of doctor Moreau ; The war of the worlds ; The first men in the moon."
  • "La machine à explorer le temps Suivi de L'île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "The time machine, an invention."@en
  • "The time machine, an invention."
  • "The time machine an invention."
  • "The time machine an invention."@en
  • "The time machine an invention /"
  • "The time machine an invention /"@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps"
  • "Time Machine"@en
  • "Time Machine"
  • "ザタイムマシーン"
  • "The time machine Lehrerbuch. Model interpretation"
  • "The time machine : Thrillers /"
  • "Time machine : and other stories /"@en
  • "The time machine an invention,"@en
  • "The time machine : an invention"
  • "The time machine/ Text and study aids / ed. and annotated by Werner Sedlak."
  • "Time machine"@en
  • "Time machine"
  • "The time machine/"
  • "The time machine ;"
  • "The time machine : an invention ..."
  • "The time machine ... [et al.]."@en
  • "[The Time Machine. An invention.]."
  • "War of the worlds"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps, roman traduit par Henry-D. Davray."
  • "The time machine ; The war of the worlds /"
  • "The time machine. An invention /"@en
  • "The Time Machine. An invention. With a preface by the author written for this edition ; and designs by W.A. Dwiggins."@en
  • "(The Time Machine)."
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ("The Time machine"), roman traduit de l'anglais par Henry-D. Davray. 6e édition."
  • "Ile du Dr. Moreau"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps : roman /"
  • "The time machine."@en
  • "The time machine."
  • "Machine à explorer le temps /"
  • "The Time Machine: An Invention."@en
  • "The time machine. An invention."@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps. [Traduction de Henry-D. Davray.]."
  • "The Time Machine /"@en
  • "The Time Machine /"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps, suivi de L'île du Docteur Moreau."
  • "Fremdsprachentexte Englisch."
  • "The time machine ; an invention."
  • "The time machine the centennial edition /"
  • "Time machine [audiocassette]."
  • "The time machine [adaptation]."
  • "La machine à explorer le temps (The time machine) /"
  • "The time machine; an invention."@en
  • "The time machine; an invention."
  • "The time machine. /"
  • "The time Machine /"
  • "The time machine :"@en
  • "THE TIME MACHINE /"
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps /"
  • "The time machine : [graphic novel] /"
  • "Za taimu mashin̄"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps suivi de L'île du Docteur Moreau"
  • "The time machine: an invention"
  • "La machine à explorer le temps (The time machine); roman."
  • "The time machine / an invention."@en
  • "La machine à explorer le temps = (The Time Machine) : roman /"
  • "The Time Machine."
  • "The Time Machine."@en
  • "The time machine . /"@en
  • "The time machine : an invention /"
  • "Time machine : an invention."@en
  • "The time machine : an invention /"@en
  • "Illistrated Classic Edisons."
  • "La machine à explorer le temps ; suivi de L'île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "Works"
  • "The time machine = La machine à explorer le temps /"@en
  • "The time machine = La machine à explorer le temps /"
  • "The time machine : screenplay /"@en
  • "The time machine : 2,300 word vocabulary /"
  • "The time machine : and other stories /"@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps : ["The Time machine". Traduction de Henry D. Davray.]."
  • "The time machine... [and other novels] /"
  • "The time machine : an invention :"
  • "The time machine"
  • "The time machine"@en
  • "The Time machine /"@en
  • "The Time machine /"
  • "La machine a explorer le temps."
  • "The time machine,"@en
  • "La Machine à explorer le temps ... Traduit ... par Henry D. Davray, etc."
  • "Time machine Great Illustrated Classics."@en
  • "La machine à explorer le temps."
  • "La machine à explorer le temps; suivi de L'île du docteur Moreau /"
  • "Machine à explorer le temps"
  • "H.G. Wells' The time machine"

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