THE DOOR IN THE WALL AND OTHER STORIES - THE ORIGINAL CLASSIC EDI TION H. G. WELLS

September 15, 2019

The Door In The Wall And Other Stories - The Original Classic Edi Tion por  H. G. WELLS

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Wells, best known for his War of the Worlds and The Invisible Man, offers eight short stories in this volume. These eight stories were better than I remembered them. In these stories, Wells wrote mainly about the time he lived in, and he is very capable of bringing the reader back to the time and helping them to see just what he was like. From a historical perspective, fascinating. The plots are intriguing, and the characters are believable. Unlike Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who I think was only able to bring Holmes and Watson to life and found it difficult to write about other characters, Wells creates numerous characters that come alive. Even the Country of the Blind, which I did not like much, was interesting not just a story but a provocative statement on culture, religion and science. I loved this book and highly recommend it. The first The Door in the Wall raises questions about the meaning of life and satisfaction. Wallace was very smart and very successful. His mother died when he was young and his father was too busy to play with him. He was very lonely as a child. He saw a green door in a white wall when he was five years old. He opened the door, entered, and discovered a warm friendly world with weed-less flowers and two friendly animals that played lovingly with him. There was also a beautiful woman who walked with him, held his hand and talked with him. There were other people who were friendly and children. The woman brought him back outside the door, although he was reluctant to return. I have cried at his loss of the world behind the green door. His father punished him when he returned home to be late and whenever he tried to tell his father about the world behind the green door, but he never gave up his longing to return behind the door. He saw the green door again during his school days, but he did not enter because he did not want to go to school late. He has told his school mates about the green door but they mocked him.Wells, best known for his War of the Worlds and The Invisible Man, offers eight short stories in this volume. These eight stories were better than I remembered them. In these stories, Wells wrote mainly about the time he lived in, and he is very capable of bringing the reader back to the time and helping them to see just what he was like. From a historical perspective, fascinating. The plots are intriguing, and the characters are believable. Unlike Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who I think was only able to bring Holmes and Watson to life and found it difficult to write about other characters, Wells creates numerous characters that come alive. Even the Country of the Blind, which I did not like, was interesting not just a story but a provocative statement in culture, religion and science. I loved this book and highly recommend it. The first The Door in the Wall raises questions about the meaning of life and satisfaction. Wallace was very smart and very successful. His mother died when he was young and his father was too busy to play with him. He was very lonely as a child. He saw a green door in a white wall when he was five years old. He opened the door, entered, and discovered a warm friendly world with weed-less flowers and two friendly animals that played lovingly with him. There was also a beautiful woman who walked with him, held his hand and talked with him. There were other people who were friendly and children. The woman brought him back outside the door, although he was reluctant to return. I have cried at his loss of the world behind the green door. His father punished him when he returned home to be late and whenever he tried to tell his father about the world behind the green door, but he never gave up his longing to return behind the door. He had the green door again during his school days, but he did not enter because he did not want to go to school late. He told his school mates about the green door but they mocked him.