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  • stories orally and passed them down over the years. Homer's epics could very well be versions of stories first composed, but not written, during the Dark Ages
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  • How Wikipedia Works (category Alphabetical/H)
    creation, that is, of a complete planetary memory for all mankind." - H.G.Wells, 1937, World Brain (from the preface) IN PROGRESS: please help us add
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  • stories orally and passed them down over the years. Homer's epics could very well be versions of stories first composed, but not written, during the Dark Ages
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  • fiction. Perhaps the most famous and earliest work in this subgenre was H. G. Wells' 1898 novel War of the Worlds where invaders from Mars ravage the British
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  • Robert Louis, 1850-1894 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 10. H. G. Wells The Time Machine The War of the World The Island of Doctor Moreau The
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  • Much later, science fiction writers, such as Jules Verne (1828–1905) and H.G. Wells (1866–1946), wrote about technologies that might make the dream of traveling
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  • inspired by works of science fiction, primarily "War Of The Worlds" by H.G. Wells and "From The Earth To The Moon" by Jules Verne. In 1902, while a student
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  • Guide to English Literature (category Alphabetical/G)
    to the Centre of the Earth, Around the World in Eighty Days. H. G. Wells is also a well known early science fiction writer, responsible for The War of
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  • the world is equal to the passion to alter someone else's draft." -- H.G. Wells Sooner or later, someone is going to hand you a piece of writing and
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  • Sunday as their chief day of worship instead of the Jewish Sabbath."-H. G. WELLS, "The Outline of History" (Newand Revised), page 543. The [Catholic]
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  • p. 173: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H. G. Wells Version: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=H._G._Wells&oldid=133292677 By: Bruce1ee, Old Moonraker
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  • "Adapt or perish, now as ever, is Nature's inexorable imperative." - H.G. Wells (1866-1946), Mind at the End of Its Tether, 1945 "All nature wears one
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  • lot. A prime example of this theory at work was the radio broadcast of H.G Wells “War of the Worlds.” People believed that aliens had landed and were taking
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  • walls and the badly tuned radio drawing one ever closer to listen to H. G. Wells, ‘War of the World’. The meals before and during the war were repetitive
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  • Shortcuts: WB:CHAT WB:RR/G WB:GENERAL Welcome to the General reading room. On this page, Wikibookians are free to talk about the Wikibooks project in
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  • e---0-1-3-5-3-1-0----|-----------------|| B------------------3-|-1---------------|| G--------------------|-----------------|| D--------------------|-----------------||
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  • officers were L. B. Gregory, deacon, and Stanton Tefft, clerk. Rev. Justus H. Wells are the first pastor. Its constituent members were Silas Coats, Stanton
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  • This opening threatens to fianchetto the bishop on f1 to g2, threatening a rook capture, or h3, threatening a bishop exchange, either of which would also
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  • I'm nominating Uncle G because he has proven himself to be an avid supporter of new ideas here on Wikibooks and has a very through understanding of policies
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  • the dark-square bishop to control squares like f6 and h6, these weaknesses can be fatal. The g7 bishop is not purely a defensive piece, however. White
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