War Of The Worlds : Pearson's Magazine : VOL. III. And Vol. 1V : The First Appearance In Print With Illustrations By Warwick Goble
by Wells, H.G
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The War of the Worlds (1898) is a science fiction novel by H. G. Wells describing an invasion of late Victorian England by Martians equipped with advanced weaponry. It is a seminal depiction of an alien invasion of Earth. The novel is narrated by an unnamed writer of scientific articles. Throughout the narrative he struggles to reunite with his wife, while witnessing the Martians rampaging through the southern English counties. The plot has been related to invasion literature of the time.
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- War Of The Worlds : Pearson's Magazine : VOL. III. And Vol. 1V : The First Appearance In Print With Illustrations By Warwick Goble
- Wells, H.G
- Goble, Warwick
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- First UK Edition
- Pearson's Magazine
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- Fantasy, Goble, Movie, Sci-Fi, TV, Wells
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