Book Analysis: The War of the Worlds by Herbert George Wells

Book Analysis: The War of the Worlds by Herbert George Wells

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of The War of the Worlds by Herbert George Wells, which tells the story of a Martian invasion on Earth and man’s struggle to fight back and reclaim the planet, presenting the reader with fundamental questions on human values and man’s place in the universe. This classic piece of science fiction has never been out of print, showing its exceptional popularity, and it has even influenced the work of real-life scientists. Wells was a prolific English writer who is often called the "Father of Science Fiction" and was nominated for a Nobel Prize in Literature four times, although he never won. His works have continued to inspire science fiction writers, and many readers continue to enjoy his enthralling novels today. 

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Publication date
December 06, 2015
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1 MB