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H. G. Wells (1866–1946)
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One of the most prolific writers of modern times, the English author H. G. Wells’s writing career spanned more than fifty years.[1] During that time he produced thirty novels, the same number of scientific romances, and more than seventy short stories, along with many non-fiction works on history, science, education, politics and sociology. His output exceeds that of Dickens and Shakespeare combined.[2]

Works are listed in order of their date of first publication in the lists shown below.