This collection, the first of its kind, indicates the full breadth of Well's visionary views and social commentary.aquot;Gone over Downford for a walk, aquot; said Mr. Gambell. ... He went back to the shop front and stood surveying it in infinite perplexity. ... they had got the door open all too late, they had rescued the fire escape and some buckets, and were now lugging out their manual, with the hose already a dripping mass of molten, flaring, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The H.G. Wells Reader|
|Author||:||Herbert George Wells, John Huntington|
|Publisher||:||Taylor Pub - 2003-01-01|