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Terrifying 1906 Illustrations of H. G. Wells' 'The War of the Worlds'

Brazilian artist Henrique Alvim Corrêa’s career was cut short when he died at only 34 years old. But the illustrator left behind a small science-fiction legacy thanks to his 1906 artworks detailing the Martian invasion of London in H. 188 more words


Bicycles Beginning

“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle,
I no longer despair for the future of the human race.”
H. G. Wells

This weeks eruption of the Calbuco volcano, reminded me of the following article I wrote a few years ago about the history of the bicycle: 831 more words


The Invisible Man 3

  1. How do you feel about the chapters where Griffin tells his own story to Kemp? Do they make you sympathize with Griffin? Or does he seem like more of a monster when he casually talks about attacking people and stealing from his father?
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H.G. Wells

The Invisible Man 2

Is the invisible man justified in actions/crimes or is he a victim of his circumstances?

H.G. Wells

The Invisible Man 1

  1.  How would you react to an invisible man or woman?
  2. Do you think the townsfolk in Iping react realistically?
  3. Is there, as the townspeople suppose, an implied danger in invisibility? Why or why not?
H.G. Wells

The Adventures of Doc Moreau & I, 12: The Klassified Ads

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‘Now I can grip AND flex!’ says a leading spokescrab. 107 more words

Bill Herbert

[Comics] as Reading - Intermissive 2 - Nick Sousanis's Unflattening and Christophe Chabouté's Tout Seul

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I like to admit when I’m wrong, especially when a particular approach I have taken reveals itself to be fundamentally misguided.  Of course, these are the moments when, psychologically, it’s hardest to simply  2,648 more words