H.G. Wells the Time Machine vs. The Movie the Time Machine.
The book The Time Machine and Hollywood's version of H.G. Wells classic are two very different views of the same topic. The 1895 book shows how well an author writes, while the 1950's movie shows how badly Hollywood can twist a time tested story. The Time Machine's two different faces are very spread in meaning, details, and events.
Contained within the book The Time Machine, is an overriding theme of surprise and discouragement for the time traveler. Meanwhile, in the film, the Time traveler seems preoccupied with a single Eloi, rather than with what the future holds. The book also shows…
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