The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
Here is the archetypal time travel story, the progenitor of so many later science fiction works. But unlike other writers, who get caught up in metaphysical issues—what happens if I go back in time and murder my great-grandfather?—Wells just plunges into the adventure. His traveler jumps off to the year 802,701, fights for love and honor, and manages to…
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