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Title: View of humanity ( The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

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Subject: Book Reports
Author: Rachel R
Date: December 5, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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This vision which is presented in "The Time Machine" shows or rather forecasts the results of the social split between the leisurely wealthy upper class and the working class, especially in the Victorian England. The increasing development of the division between "upper" and "lower" class will lead into a big disaster in further future...

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The intelligence of the human species is going to be at an unthinkable minimum. All achievements in culture, technology and knowledge will be vanished. "You see I had always anticipated that the people of the year Eight Hundred and Two Thousand odd would be incredibly in front of us in knowledge, art, everything...

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