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Wojna światów By H.G. Wells Henryk Józefowicz Wojna wiat w W naje dzie Marsjan na Ziemi daje autor zdumiewaj co dok adn profetyczn wizj nowoczesnego konfliktu zbrojnego przewiduj c takie wynalazki techniczne jak gazy truj ce a nawet promienie laserowe Szcze
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  • Wojna światów By H.G. Wells Henryk Józefowicz W naje dzie Marsjan na Ziemi daje autor zdumiewaj co dok adn profetyczn wizj nowoczesnego konfliktu zbrojnego, przewiduj c takie wynalazki techniczne jak gazy truj ce, a nawet promienie laserowe Szczeg lnie przejmuj cy jest obraz masowego exodusu mieszka c w Londynu, zdezorientowanych i ogarni tych panik t um w widok tak dobrze znany z okresu drugiej wojny wiatoweW naje dzie Marsjan na Ziemi daje autor zdumiewaj co dok adn profetyczn wizj nowoczesnego konfliktu zbrojnego, przewiduj c takie wynalazki techniczne jak gazy truj ce, a nawet promienie laserowe Szczeg lnie przejmuj cy jest obraz masowego exodusu mieszka c w Londynu, zdezorientowanych i ogarni tych panik t um w widok tak dobrze znany z okresu drugiej wojny wiatowej Charakterystyka Marsjan jako istot o nadmiernie rozwini tym m zgu, uproszczonych organach wewn trznych i o zanikowych reakcjach uczuciowych stanowi z kolei wizj cz owieka przysz o ci, takiego, jakim go widzi Wells w wyniku procesu ewolucji Warto wi c przypomnie ksi k , od kt rej nowoczesna fantastyka naukowa bierze sw j pocz tek i kt ra zwyci sko opar a si pr bie czasu, nale c do szczytowych osi gni w tej dziedzinie nie tylko Wellsa.
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      In 1866, Herbert George H.G Wells was born to a working class family in Kent, England Young Wells received a spotty education, interrupted by several illnesses and family difficulties, and became a draper s apprentice as a teenager The headmaster of Midhurst Grammar School, where he had spent a year, arranged for him to return as an usher, or student teacher Wells earned a government scholarship in 1884, to study biology under Thomas Henry Huxley at the Normal School of Science Wells earned his bachelor of science and doctor of science degrees at the University of London After marrying his cousin, Isabel, Wells began to supplement his teaching salary with short stories and freelance articles, then books, including The Time Machine 1895 , The Island of Dr Moreau 1896 , The Invisible Man 1897 , and The War of the Worlds 1898.Wells created a mild scandal when he divorced his cousin to marry one of his best students, Amy Catherine Robbins Although his second marriage was lasting and produced two sons, Wells was an unabashed advocate of free as opposed to indiscriminate love He continued to openly have extra marital liaisons, most famously with Margaret Sanger, and a ten year relationship with the author Rebecca West, who had one of his two out of wedlock children A one time member of the Fabian Society, Wells sought active change His 100 books included many novels, as well as nonfiction, such as A Modern Utopia 1905 , The Outline of History 1920 , A Short History of the World 1922 , The Shape of Things to Come 1933 , and The Work, Wealth and Happiness of Mankind 1932 One of his booklets was Crux Ansata, An Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church Although Wells toyed briefly with the idea of a divine will in his book, God the Invisible King 1917 , it was a temporary aberration Wells used his international fame to promote his favorite causes, including the prevention of war, and was received by government officials around the world He is best remembered as an early writer of science fiction and futurism.He was also an outspoken socialist Wells and Jules Verne are each sometimes referred to as The Fathers of Science Fiction D 1946.More philosopedia indexp H._ine literature wellhgwellsusa.50megs britannica EBchecked tenpedia wiki H._G._Wells


    1. I acknowledge that I am one of the few people who actually enjoyed the recent War of the Worlds movie The reason for this has to do with the original book than Tom Cruise or Steven Speilburg s tendency to wittle everything, including alien attacks, down to simple family problems In a lot of ways, War of the Worlds 2006 was a close to dead on adaptation of the original Victorian novel Just a few words on why you should like, or if you don t like, respect War of the Worlds as a movie It avoids al [...]

    2. Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003 The War of the Worlds goes beyond the of the time popular military invasion fiction, which took away the standard protagonist antagonist arc of single characters and popped whole countries or tribes in their place, and brings down to Earth a whole new enemy at a time when science fiction did not exist and science itself was oft thought of as fiction.In Surrey, a professor is caught up in the invasion [...]

    3. No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man s and yet as mortal as his own that as men busied themselves about their various concerns they were scrutinised and studied, perhaps almost as narrowly as a man with a microscope might scrutinise the transient creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water A beautiful opening to the book but I must say the Martians did a very poor job [...]

    4. This was not anything like the Tom Cruise movie so be warned If you re expecting an action story about a divorced union container crane operator with a 10 year old daughter you ain t gonna find it here They changed like 99% of everything around As far as I could see there are only two things which are the same, one is that the Martians attack Earth in these COOL THREE LEGGED METAL 70 FOOT HIGH HEAT RAY KICK ASS DEATH MACHINES and two is that they die in the same way which I won t say here becaus [...]

    5. Ladies and gentlemen, I shall read you a wire addressed to Professor Pierson from Dr Gray of the National History Museum, New York 9 15 P M eastern standard time Seismograph registered shock of almost earthquake intensity occurring within a radius of twenty miles of Princeton Please investigate Signed, Lloyd Gray, Chief of Astronomical Division Professor Pierson, could this occurrence possibly have something to do with the disturbances observed on the planet Mars Martians are coming Run for you [...]

    6. One of my favorite movies growing up was the old War of the Worlds movie the 50 s film, not the itty bitty Tommy remake I had to watch it each and every time it played on television The same running dialogue would go on inside my head Cowardly dudes, don t wave that white flag, they re Martians, they re probably color blind or something Oops, too late, you re toast Or Maybe the A bomb will work this time Nope, you re toast I also liked to imitate the heat ray sound when I re enacted the movie la [...]

    7. Las obras de Mr Wells pertenecen, sin duda, a un tiempo y un grado de conocimiento cient fico futuro muy alejado del presente, pero no completamente fuera de los l mites de lo posible Julio Verne Ya lo he afirmado en rese as anteriores La capacidad de anticipaci n a la tecnolog a y el futuro que ten a Herbert George Wells era ampliamente superior a la de Julio Verne a punto tal que el visionario franc s lo admit a sin reparos Pero adem s de esta caracter stica tan marcada en sus novelas, Wells n [...]

    8. No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man s and yet as mortal as our own that as men busied themselves about their various concerns they were scrutinised and studied, perhaps almost as narrowly as a man with a microscope might scrutinise the transient creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water With infinite complacency men went to and fro over this globe about their littl [...]

    9. I hadn t read this classic 1898 science fiction novel since I was probably a teenager, and I didn t particularly care for it much back then, but I let myself get roped into a group read of it, partly because it s so short And also my literary diet needs classics And you know I m glad I did The War of the Worlds is a lot thoughtfully written than I had remembered In between deadly heat rays, huge tripod machines striding around the country killing everything in their path, and bloodthirsty Mart [...]

    10. Read for the 2015 Reading Challenge 41 A book by an author you ve never read before stupidly haven t read before I should say And for my 2015 Reading Resolutions 5 classics 5 5 D completed Excellent Not just very interesting for all the technology and science it has, but outstanding in describing human behavior and criticizing Victorian society Very thrilling at parts, philosophically emotional at others and well written Highly recommended for any sci fi fan The ending might be a little Deus Ex [...]

    11. You would think that as Man grows in intelligence he would likewise grow in morality But you would be wrong Or at least, that is what history teaches us About a hundred years before Harvard professor Robert Coles wrote his now famous article The Disparity Between Intellect and Character, H.G Wells made much the same observation.At the end of The War of the Worlds, the unnamed narrator returns to his house and sees the paper he had been working on before the war began It was a paper on the probab [...]

    12. Was H.G Wells schizophrenic I m just wondering because his novels fall into 2 distinct groups There are the gently humorous novels such as Kipps or The History of Mr Polly and then there are his SF novels, of which The War of the Worlds is surely the most famous.His prescience is startling Not only was he writing in the pre atomic age, but it is as well to remember that this book was written over a century ago 1898 which is even before powered flight though only just I now want to read War in th [...]

    13. I felt no condemnation yet the memory, static, unprogressive, haunted me In the silence of the night, with that sense of nearness of God that sometimes comes into the stillness and the darkness, I stood my trial, my only trial, for that moment of wrath and fear Hey, I finally get the addition of the rapidly growing red weed that s in one in favorite game of all time, SNES Zombies Ate my Neighbors These martians weren t hunting cheerleaders though While the wording style is eloquent, beautiful, i [...]

    14. As I was reading this, two thoughts struck me The first was that this book was less about Martians than it was about how humanity views itself as the Kings of the Earth Mankind has always had this annoying tendency to think that whatever serves us is good and right, despite whatever injury is done to the Earth and any other living creature on it in obtaining whatever it is that we want The Martian invasion served only to open our eyes to this blindness and willful ignorance I appreciated some of [...]

    15. A few days ago I have read this juicy article on a Portuguese magazine Vis o 5th Septemberill missing 3290 days for a visit to Mars The article speaks about NASA s visit by 2030 Yet, a Dutch company is preparing to anticipate NASA in a decade A no return voyage,vegetarians by forced a water factory are some of the ideas approached.To my knowledge, though thousands worldwide had already applied, there are 8 Portuguese people ready to embark but only 4 of them disclosed their names Ages between 19 [...]

    16. I somewhat lazily and arbitrarily clicked this book onto my science fiction shelf, but it isn t, not really Sure, the monsters happened to come from Mars, but that isn t essential to the plot They could just as easily have come from deep under the ground, from the bottom of the ocean, or from Mordor All the story requires is that they be from Somewhere Else, and Mars fills that bill perfectly well.So, leaving aside the creatures extraterrestrial origins, War of the Worlds succeeds on several lev [...]

    17. I was amazed that I had never read this before Of course it is exceedingly dated that s what happens when you are over 100 years old But the man had some amazing ideas about the future and this is epitomised by the way this book ends For today s reader it is an obvious resolution but back in Wells day, not so much The story is short but wordy with story advancement delayed by the main character philosophising frequently and at length However I enjoyed it greatly and can understand why it remains [...]

    18. The next stop in my end of the world reading marathon was The War of the Worlds, the classic of alien invasion and interplanetary paranoia by H.G Wells Published in serial format by Pearson s Magazine from April 1897 to December of that year, the story originated after the author s relocation to the town of Woking in Surrey County It was here that Wells also wrote his comic novel The Wheels of Chance, as well as The Invisible Man, which has now been replaced as my favorite Wells invention with t [...]

    19. H.G Wells, War of the Worlds Wells wrote this in 1898, at the turn of the century My Grandfather was less than a year old The world found it self i the middle of the industrial revolution where steam power had taken over the world, and mankind suffered from an Ego that had led them to believe that they were invincible It was a dangerous illusion Within the next twenty years, Nature will wallop man in ways that man had never believed possible In 1906 an earthquake will flatten Charleston South Ca [...]

    20. While it may seen inhumane to all the stockbrokers and their dependants, there is some vicarious pleasure to be had in the destruction of Surrey commuter towns by the Martians The fear, confusion and rapid break down of late Victorian life following on from the initial attack is striking The War of the Worlds is one of those science fiction books that are full of contemporary fears it is a pre World War One invasion fantasy like The Riddle of the Sands but with the German army transformed into t [...]

    21. The War of the Worlds is an exciting first person narration of a man who witnessed the Martians invading the Earth Cylinders containing the Martians were shot from Mars and landed in England The British army was defenseless against the Martian Tripods, three legged fighting machines fitted out with a Heat Ray and chemical Black Smoke The book was written in 1898, prior to World War I, but the Martian weapons were similar to lasers and chemical warfare Wells uses the ideas of Darwin to describe t [...]

    22. Having read this magnificent book which was first published in 1898 I cannot but feel sadness for the fact that we no longer have people whose imagination stretches that far Who have we produced in mankind in the last couple of decades with such an advanced scientific as well as philosophical mind I wonder H G Wells was ahead of his time yes, but not only in terms of technology but also in terms of human behavior All these blockbuster movies that come out every year containing the destruction of [...]

    23. More and I have become interested in reading the predecessor classic novels like The War of the Worlds Shamefully, this was actually my first H.G Wells books, and although I have seen the movies, there is nothing like reading the book itself After researching, I realized that Wells book is not the first science fiction novel, but I ve noticed hints of its influence within the pages of other novels I d read from Kim Stanley Robinson to Stephen King.It is also relevant to horror and fear, and I d [...]

    24. This book is brilliant To think that Wells wrote it before anyone else had imagined visitors from other planets coming to Earth is simply incredible The influence on the genre continues to this day Well deservedly, I might addBut not only is this book a great example of science fiction, it s also a commentary on social practices Wells points every so often to the feelings of the humans and compares them to the feelings of lower animals who must contend every day with the effects human activities [...]

    25. I ve been on a sci fi kick lately, and this classic had to make the list I couldn t put this book down I was engrossed from beginning until the final page I read this in less than 24 hours From my understanding, this is the one of the first books written related to an invasion on Earth by aliens I found myself in awe that this was written in the late 1890 s The ideas were very advanced and unique Perhaps what I thought was the book s strongest aspect was how it mixed philosophy and psychology in [...]

    26. The Martians are coming THE MARTIANS ARE COMING A hem Second on my list of all time favourite classics to re read this year is H.G Wells phenomenal The War Of The Worlds Contrary to popular belief, this book is not the first book about an alien invasion, but it is the first book about alien invasion that anybody but the most knowledgeable science fiction geeks will have heard of.The plot is simple Mars attacks Earth, us inferior humans can t do anything about it and view spoiler then the Martian [...]

    27. Desde que termin de leer los libros de la saga Trilog a Victoriana de F lix J Palma, con H.G Wells y sus libros como protagonistas absolutos, me qued la espinita de leerme algo de Wells.La historia es archiconocida pero me ha encantado leerla de la mano de su creador.Me ha gustado el tono de caos y desolaci n que presenta la historia y el hecho de que no sepamos el nombre del narrador me parece un acierto total La explicaci n final de view spoiler que los marcianos mueren debido a los virus y ba [...]

    28. It s easy to be a jaded reader of science fiction, especially if you grew up with the conveniences of Star Trek, Star Wars, and the reality of spaceflight So it s important to remember that writers like H.G Wells never got to see the famous Blue Marble photograph of Earth they never got to see what our planet looks like from space something most of us take for granted in this era This awareness, our conception of the Earth as a big blue marble, has become so pervasive as to make descriptions lik [...]

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