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H G Wells About :-Herbert George Wells was an English writer. Prolific in many genres, he wrote dozens of novels, short stories, and works of social commentary, history, satire, biography and autobiography. His work also included two books on recreational war games. Wikipedia

Born21 September 1866, Bromley High Street, London, United Kingdom
Died13 August 1946, The Regent’s Park, London, United Kingdom
MoviesThe Time Machine, War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man
Short storiesThe Red Room, The Country of the Blind, The Star

Herbert George Wells Quotes

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Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature’s inexorable imperative.
If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.
If we don’t end war, war will end us.
Moral indignation is jealousy with a halo.
Advertising is legalized lying.
Our true nationality is mankind.
History is a race between education and catastrophe.
Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.
The crisis of today is the joke of tomorrow.
The path of social advancement is, and must be, strewn with broken friendships.

“We all have our time machines, don’t we. Those that take us back are memories…And those that carry us forward, are dreams.”

“If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.”

“The forceps of our minds are clumsy forceps, and crush the truth a little in taking hold of it.”

“Sometimes, you have to step outside of the person you’ve been and remember the person you were meant to be. The person you want to be. The person you are.”

“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.”

“Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.”

“Losing your way on a journey is unfortunate. But, losing your reason for the journey is a fate more cruel.”

“If you are in difficulties with a book, try the element of surprise: attack it at an hour when it isn’t expecting it.”

“once you lose yourself, you have two choices: find the person you used to be, or lose that person completely.”

“What really matters is what you do with what you have.”

“What on earth would a man do with himself, if something did not stand in his way?”

The War of the Worlds Quotes

The War of the Worlds is a science fiction novel by English author H. G. Wells, first serialised in 1897 by Pearson’s Magazine in the UK and by Cosmopolitan magazine in the US. The novel’s first appearance in hardcover was in 1898 from publisher William Heinemann of London. Wikipedia
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“This isn’t a war,” said the artilleryman. “It never was a war, any more than there’s war between man and ants.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“Few people realise the immensity of vacancy in which the dust of the material universe swims.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“They haven’t any spirit in them – no proud dreams and no proud lusts; and a man who hasn’t one or the other-Lord! What is he but funk and precautions.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“I was a battleground of fear and curiosity.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“For a time I believed that mankind had been swept out of existence, and that I stood there alone, the last man left alive.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“The man was running away with the rest, and selling his papers for a shilling each as he ran—a grotesque mingling of profit and panic.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“we should remember how repulsive our carnivorous habits would seem to an intelligent rabbit.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“Suddenly, like a thing falling upon me from without, came fear.”
― H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds
“What was needed now was not bravery, but circumspection.”
“Yet so vain is man, so blinded by his vanity,”
“We will peck them to death to-morrow, my dear.”

The Time Machine Quotes

The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, published in 1895 and written as a frame narrative. The work is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle or device to travel purposely and selectively forward or backward through time. Wikipedia
Herbert George Wells Famous Motivational Quotes

Herbert George Wells Famous Motivational Quotes

“Nature never appeals to intelligence until habit and instinct are useless. There is no intelligence where there is no need of change.”
― H.G. Wells, The Time Machine
“It sounds plausible enough tonight, but wait until tomorrow. Wait for the common sense of the morning.”
“Looking at these stars suddenly dwarfed my own troubles and all the gravities of terrestrial life.”
“Very simple was my explanation, and plausible enough—as most wrong theories are!”
― H.G. Wells, The Time Machine
“We are kept keen on the grindstone of pain and necessity.”
“Face this world. Learn its ways, watch it, be careful of too hasty guesses at its meaning. In the end you will find clues to it all.”
“I grieved to think how brief the dream of the human intellect had been. It had committed suicide.”
“There are really four dimensions, three which we call the three planes of Space, and a fourth, Time.”
“Things that would have made fame of a less clever man seemed tricks in his hands. It is a mistake to do things too easily.”
“If only I had thought of a Kodak! I could have flashed that glimpse of the Under-world in a second, and examined it at leisure.”
“I saw huge buildings rise up faint and fair, and pass like dreams.”
“This has ever been the fate of energy in security; it takes to art and to eroticism, and then comes languor and decay.”

The Invisible Man Quotes

The Invisible Man is a science fiction novel by H. G. Wells. Originally serialized in Pearson’s Weekly in 1897, it was published as a novel the same year. Wikipedia
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“All men, however highly educated, retain some superstitious inklings.”
― H.G. Wells, The Invisible Man
“Alone– it is wonderful how little a man can do alone! To rob a little, to hurt a little, and there is the end.”
“I went over the heads of the things a man reckons desirable. No doubt invisibility made it possible to get them, but it made it impossible to enjoy them when they are got.”
“The Anglo-Saxon genius for parliamentary government asserted itself; there was a great deal of talk and no decisive action.”
“I never blame anyone,” said Kemp. “It’s quite out of fashion.”
“But-! I say! The common conventions of humanity-‘
‘Are all very well for common people.”
“…the voice was indisputable. It continued to swear with that breadth and variety that distinguishes the swearing of a cultivated man.”
“But giving drugs to a cat is no joke, Kemp!”
“Everyone seemed eager to talk at once, and the result was Babel.”
“Very well,” said the Voice, in a tone of relief. “Then I’m going to throw flints at you till you think differently.”
“I felt amazingly confident,—it’s not particularly pleasant recalling that I was an ass.”
“He lit the dining-room lamp, got out a cigar, and began pacing the room, ejaculating.”
“I have wasted strength, time, opportunities. Alone — it is wonderful how little a man can do alone! To rob a little, to hurt a little, and there is the end.”
“There’s some ex-traordinary things in books,” said the mariner.”
“Mr. Thomas Marvel hated roomy shoes, but then he hated damp. He had never properly thought out which he hated most”

The Island of Dr. Moreau Quotes

The Island of Doctor Moreau is an 1896 science fiction novel by English author H. G. Wells. The text of the novel is the narration of Edward Prendick who is a shipwrecked man rescued by a passing boat. Wikipedia
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“I hope, or I could not live.”
― H.G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau
“I must confess that I lost faith in the sanity of the world”
― H.G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau
“An animal may be ferocious and cunning enough, but it takes a real man to tell a lie.”
― H.G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau
“It was not the first time that conscience has turned against the methods of research.”
“There is, though I do not know how there is or why there is, a sense of infinite peace and protection in the glittering hosts of heaven.”
“The crying sound even louder out of doors. It was as if all the pain in the world had found a voice”
“I suppose everything in existence takes its colour from the average hue of our surroundings.”
“Not to go on all-Fours; that is the Law. Are we not Men?”
“I never yet heard of a useless thing that was not ground out of
existence by evolution sooner or later. Did you? And pain gets needless.”
“Not to go on all-Fours; that is the Law. Are we not Men?”
“You cannot imagine the strange colour-less delight of these intellectual desires.”
“It was not the first time that conscience has turned against the methods of research.”
“What is your theologian’s ecstasy but Mahomet’s houri in the dark?”
“Hunger and a lack of blood-corpuscles take all the manhood from a man.”
“The sea was silent, the sky was silent; I was alone with the night and silence.”

The First Men in the Moon Quotes

The First Men in the Moon is a scientific romance by the English author H. G. Wells, originally serialised in The Strand Magazine from December 1900 to August 1901 and published in hardcover in 1901, who called it one of his “fantastic stories”. Wikipedia
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“One can’t always be magnificent, but simplicity is always a possible alternative.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“So utterly at variance is Destiny with all the little plans of men.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“He sighed and looked about him. ‘This is no world for men,’ he said. ‘And yet in a way…it appeals.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“I perceived with a sudden novel vividness the extraordinary folly of everything I had ever done.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“…the sense of my utter loneliness had been agony…”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“So utterly at variance is Destiny with all the little plans of men”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“One cannot always be magnificent, but simplicity is always a possible alternative.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“It is really in the end a far more humane proceeding than our earthly method of leaving children to grow into human beings, and then making machines of them.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon
“He showed it to me with all the confiding zest of a man who has been living too much alone. This seclusion was overflowing now in an excess of confidence, and I had the good luck to be the recipient.”
― H.G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon

When the Sleeper Wakes Quotes

The Sleeper Awakes is a dystopian science fiction novel by English writer H. G. Wells, about a man who sleeps for two hundred and three years, waking up in a completely transformed London in which he has become the richest man in the world. Wikipedia
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“…fact takes no heed of human hopes.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“There is no liberty, save wisdom and self-control. Liberty is within–not without. It is each man’s own affair.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“And through it all, this destiny was before me,” he said; “this vast inheritance of which I did not dream.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“As if there wasn’t a thousand things that were never heard.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“There is no liberty save wisdom and self-control.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“So long as there are sheep Nature will insist on beasts of prey.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“His was a darkness unbroken by a ray of thought or sensation, a dreamless inanition, a vast space of peace.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“What a wonderfully complex thing! this simple seeming unity—the self!”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“What was this place?—this place that to his senses seemed subtly quivering like a thing alive?”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes
“I am a lone wolf, a solitary man, wandering through a world in which I have no part.”
― H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes

A Modern Utopia Quotes

A Modern Utopia is a 1905 novel by H. G. Wells. Because of the complexity and sophistication of its narrative structure, A Modern Utopia has been called “not so much a modern as a postmodern utopia.” Wikipedia
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“Perfection is the mere repudiation of that ineluctable marginal inexactitude which is the mysterious inmost quality of being.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“Nothing endures, nothing is precise and certain (except the mind of a pedant), perfection is the mere repudiation of that ineluctable marginal inexactitude which is the mysterious inmost quality of Being”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“It is good to stop by the track for a space, put aside the knapsack, wipe the brows, and talk a little of the upper slopes of the mountain we think we are climbing, would but the trees let us see it.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“Modern war, modern international hostility is, I believe, possible only through the stupid illiteracy of the mass of men and the conceit and intellectual indolence of rulers and those who feed the public mind.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“until under the stimulus of accumulating material, accumulating investments or other circumstances, the tide of private enterprise flowed again.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“I feel to think, he thinks to feel. It is I and my kind that have the wider range, because we can be impersonal as well as personal. We can escape ourselves.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“The fertilising conflict of individualities is the ultimate meaning of the personal life.”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

“Every economic dissertation and discussion reminds one more strongly than the last of the game of croquet Alice played in Wonderland”
― H.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia

The Outline of History, Vol. 1 Quotes

The Outline of History, subtitled either “The Whole Story of Man” or “Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind”, is a work by H. G. Wells chronicling the history of the world from the origin of the Earth to the First World War. Wikipedia
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“indolent, and he was suffering greatly from gout. He abdicated.”
― H.G. Wells, The Outline of History

“For three centuries the life of the Hebrews was like the life of a man who insists upon living in the middle of a busy thoroughfare, and is consequently being run over constantly by omnibuses and motor-lorries. Pul”
― H.G. Wells, The Outline of History

“An unpleasant odour would not be objected to, it is not objected to now in many continental hotels.”
― H.G. Wells, The Outline of History

“No animal will change when its conditions are good enough for present survival. And in this matter man is still an animal.”
― H.G. Wells, The Outline of History

“Money, like most other inventions, had happened to mankind, and men had still to develop to-day they have still to perfect the science and morality of money.”
― H.G. Wells, The Outline of History

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