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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.



Hammond, J. R. An H. G. Wells Companion. The Macmillan Press, 1979.
Sherbourne, Michael. “Michael Sherbourne on ‘The Haunted Ceiling’ by H. G. Wells.” The Strand Magazine, 23 Nov. 2016.