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CHAPTER XIII
THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

Mary Rose is Rosemary reversed ; and as Rosemary stands for remembrance Mary Rose stands for forgetfulness. What Every Woman Knows, a delicately sentimental and yet at the same time realistic picture of Scottish middle-class life, is often regarded as Barrie's masterpiece. In a different field his Rectorial Address on Courage at St Andrews University is an authentic piece of literature.
H. G. Wells, a Kentishman, the son of a professional cricketer, left school at the age of thirteen, and was for a time a salesman in a Folkestone draper's shop-a phase of his career which accounts for the autobiographical character of the earlier chapters in his novel Kipps. Later, by dint of hard work and perseverance, he obtained a scholarship at the Royal College of Science, from which he graduated with first-class honours at the age of twenty-one. Like George Bernard Shaw, he early became a Socialist of the philosophical and intellectual Fabian Society type, and, again like Shaw, his work became increasingly tinged with propagandist colour as the years passed.
H. G. Wells won his first triumphs with his scientific novels, combining realism with fantasy in a way that charmed the public between 1895 and 1906, and has charm for many readers still. The Time Machine, The Food of the Gods, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds, and The Sea Lady belong to this group. Then the philosopher and the scientist joined hands with the Socialist in him tob subdue the enchanting story-teller and to replace him with the much less readable author of The New Machiavelli, The World of William Clissold, God the Invisible King, and The World Set Free. He has also written an Outline of History and numerous

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