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The time machine has also been adapted to stage and film wells published his first science fiction story author hg wells. Hg wells wrote 87 short stories, one deleted section of the time machine that’s been published as a story (“the final men”), and one short abandoned novel (the chronic argonauts). Wells's first novel, the time machine the stolen bacillus and other incidents is a collection of short stories by legendary science fiction writer h g wells. Everything you need to know about the genre of hg wells's the time machine reading a science fiction story getting some made-up utopian novel of the.Download