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Title: Correlation of Space and Time in H.G.Wells's The Time Machine
Authors: Pandey, Suresh Raj
Keywords: 'The Time Machine' Novel;English literature
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Publisher: Department of English
Institute Name: Prithivi Narayan Campus, Pokhara
Level: Masters
Abstract: This research is an attempt to explore both a philosophical enquiry into the nature of space-time as well as novel of pure imagination. It uses the chronotopic ideas of spatial and temporal dimension of Bakhtin in multiple timelines, intersecting plural voices with multiple meanings.H.G.Wells's The Time Machine makes first experimental journey along the fourth dimension. It crashes landing into the year 802701. The traveller experiences centrifugal and centripetal forces with new kind of experience in time. The entire theme of the novel centersina temporal discordance where narrator recalls another event before the story begins. Thus,the entire novel itself is a relieved memory.The Time Traveller was discussing in the beginning of the story. The title of the book is typically understood to refer to the machine, the narrators contained memory ofthe events, and the narrator’s memory could be referred to as a time machine. This is one of the strongest examples of how Wells reaffirms human dominance over time in space through the narrative and structure of his novel.
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