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Books: Super Brits

If the time machine in H.G. Wells' The Time Machine were real, I'd use it to go back and stop the making of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, a very bad...

Television: Classic Arts Showcase

It's 1954, and the young Patrice Munsel, sounding as ravishing as she looks, is singing an aria from Charpentier's Louise. Suddenly it's 1986, and members of the...

Books: Triangle

H.G. WELLS: ASPECTS OF A LIFE by Anthony West Random House; 405 pages; $22.95 They met in the fall of 1912. He was 46, married, a prolific author of verve and...

Books: God's Fool

THE OUTLINE OF SANITY by Alzina Stone Dale Eerdmans; 354 pages; $18.95 Decades ago, a controversial novel stirred England and America. Its action took place in...

Cinema: Stolen Hours

TIME AFTER TIME Directed and Written by Nicholas Meyer Making his escape from a hue and cry in London in 1893, Jack the Ripper lifts the Time Machine from...

A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 25, 1972

NO passion in the world," H.G. Wells once observed, "is equal to the passion to alter someone else's draft." Wells might have been guilty of some hyperbole, but...

Books: The Days of the Prophet

H.G. WELLS by NORMAN and JEANNE MACKENZIE 487 pages. Simon & Schuster. $10. H.G. Wells continues to be a biographer's dream and a book reviewer's waltz. His...

American Notes: Hair v. Bread

The cultural confrontation of more or less conventional Americans and the longhaired young at times savors of Roundhead v. Cavalier, or H.G. Wells' Morlocks v...

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