H. G. Wells

English writer (1866–1946)

Herbert George Wells (21 September 1866 – 13 August 1946) was an English writer. He was born in Bromley, Kent. He wrote about 50 books.[1] He was one of the inventors of science fiction, and also wrote novels and utopias. He wrote books such as The Invisible Man, The Time Machine, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and The War of the Worlds. He also explained how the things he wrote about could actually happen. Some of his books have been made into movies. He had diabetes. He died in London

H. G. Wells in 1920.

Works Edit

Biology Edit

  • The science of life. London: Cassell (1933). Co-writers: Julian Huxley and G.P, Wells.

Science fiction Edit

Utopian books Edit

Novels Edit

  • Love and Mr Lewisham (1900)
  • Kipps (1905)
  • Ann Veronica (1909)
  • The History of Mr Polly (1910)

References Edit

  1. Haynes R.D. 1980. H.G. Wells: discoverer of the future. Macmillan, London. ISBN 0-333-27186-6