.. rse and for that it made Wells story seem so interesting and come to life. Stories he wrote he intended to grab the reader and make them believe what they are reading and what the whole suspense of the stories would be all about.
Wells was a great writer because of how he did his work he didnt just go right into the suspense he just tip toed you into the excitement of the story which made it so great for his writing to be put together. Well’s skills of science helped him extend his imagination towards his writing many people said that the science may have not been accurate, but the adventure towards the philosophy in those books makes Wells early science fiction books fascinating and exciting to read. Before the “War of the Worlds” Wells had many novels that were very popular. One novel was the great book “The Time Machine” which was a story about a time traveler that travels back into the time 802701 ad find two magnificent people, the Eloi; weak and little, who lived above ground and the Morlocks, carnivorous creatures that live below ground.
All of the realism of the was achieved by carefully studied technical details. The technical details of the story made this novel one of the best that Well is achieved but the novel was not as big as some of the others that were written. As Wells life went on, he wrote stories such as “The Island of Dr. Moreau.”(kirjasto.sci.fi/hgwells.htm) This story had dramatic effects of horror as well as comedy. The novel was about a mad scientist who transformed real animals into real human creatures.
Many people thought this novel was his best, but some still felt different. The next novel was “The Invisible Man.” This was Faustian story of a scientist who tampered with nature in pursuit of superhuman powers.(kirjasto.sci.fi/hgwells.htm) Nothing like this was brought into the novel scene until Well’s start writing novels and stories about this supernatural stuff and the science fiction world. What is unique and interesting about this novel, it was so good that it was turned into a movie later down the line. Wells gained a lot of knowledge and respect for his books he wrote. But he was shortly recognized after a book was published, but he tried his hardest to get his achievement and acknowledgment, so every story he wrote was better than the last. Wells was rumored to have worked with one of the greatest authors ever known other than his self.
French novelist Jules Verne, a great French author who was rumored to have criticized Wells work. The two worked together and traded comments and ideas about the book (geocities.com). Afterwards Well’s wrote “The First Man on the Moon” which was a prophetic description of the methodology of space flight. After succeeding in that book, Wells went further and wrote the “War in the Air”. This was about a hybrid that places Kipps-like Cockney hero in the context of a catastrophic aerial war (www.kirjasto.sci.fi/h.g.wells.htm.) Although Wells novels were highly entertaining, he also tried to pave way for a wiser attitude about the future of mankind. After writing “The First Men on the Moon” and the “War In the Air” Wells was dissatisfied with his literary work.
This turn in his life he wrote “Love and Mr. Lewisham”. In addition, during change in Wells’s life “The New Machiavelli” which was a story about the outbreak of the war in 1914 (www.kirjasto.sci.fi/h.g.wells.htm). Wells was involved in a love affair with the young English author Rebecca West, which influenced his work and life deeply. Rebecca changed him in many ways. Wells next novel was “The outline of History which became very popular.
Here is a very popular quote from that novel, “The professional military mind is by necessity an inferior and unimaginative mind; nominee of high intellectual quality would willingly imprison his gifts in such calling.” This quote along with his many novels gave Wells a good reputation and he became kind of a celebrity. In 1917 he was a member of Research Committee for the League of Nations and published several books about the world organization. In the early 1920’s, he was a labor candidate for Parliament. Between the years 1924 and 1933, Wells lived mainly in France.
From 1934 to 1946, he was the International president of Pen. In 1934, he had discussions with both Stalin and Roosevelt, trying to recruit them to his world-saving schemes. However, he despaired of the whole business when the global war broke the peace for the second time. Wells was a very high achiever and succeeded through life doing what he did best, write (this whole paragraph www.kirjasto.sci.fi/.h.g.wells.htm). During Wells later years, he still kept the books rolling and best sellers coming. Wells Last book “Mind at the End of its Tether in 1945, this book expressed pessimism about mankind’s future prospects in life.
The book touched on the base of what Wells believed the world was going to be about in the future after Wells died. Wells standpoint in this book was to show that the world was headed and how he seen the world developing. Most people believed that when he wrote this book, that the whole point was not just to make people scared or anything like that but to wake up the reader and give them a thought of the world in the future. This gave most readers a thrill on how they seen the book and pin pointed each individual standout of the book contrasting towards the development of the book. On August 13th, 1946, Herbert George Wells died of a massive heart attack in London, England.(www.kirjasto.sci.fi/hgwells.htm) Even after his death, the people still remember his work and well being towards the book world.
Even today many authors keep the respect they gained from Wells by reading his books and great novels. Wells will always be know as the father of modern science fiction.