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H. G. WELLS

He returned to London in July 1888, and early in 1889 joined the staff of Henley House School at Kilburn. In October 1890 he took a B.Sc. degree with first class honours in zoology at London University. His next appointment (from 1891-93) was that of a biology tutor for the University Correspondence College.
In the summer of 1893 a serious haemorrhage of the lungs forced him to take a long rest and to adopt a completely sedentary occupation. Around 1891-92 he had contributed essays to various educational and other journals and in 1893 while he was recuperating from his illness he began to write short stories, essays and reviews for periodicals and magazines, among them The Pall Mall Gazette, St. Yames's Gazette, Black and White, the New Review and The Saturday Review. In 1893 his first major work A Textbook of Biology was published. 1895 saw the publication of a volume of short stories (The Stolen Bacillus), a volume of collected essays, and of two novels, The Time Machine and The Wonderful Visit. The former established his reputation as a writer of extraordinary power and imagination.
In 1895 also he married Miss Amy Catherine Robbins, a former pupil of his-his first marriage (1891) to a cousin having meanwhile been dissolved. Two sons were subsequently born of his second marriage, (George Philip, 1901 and Frank, 1903.) The next few years brought his series of great scientific romances: The Island of Dr. Moreau (1896) The Invisible Man (1897) The War of the Worlds (1898) The First Men in the Moon (1901) as well as many short stories, articles and novels, among them Love and Mr. Lewisham (1901).
In 1900 Wells built himself a house at Sandgate near Folkestone, which remained his home for nearly a decade, in the course of which he rose to a position of world-wide literary fame. There, at Sandgate, he wrote some of his most celebrated works, e.g. Anticipations, a volume of essays on sociological problems (1901) The Sea Lady (1902) The Food of the Gods (1904) Kipps, A Modern Utopia (both in 1905) In the Days of the Comet (1906) The War in the Air (1908) Tono Bungay, Anne Veronica (both in 1909) and The History of Mr. Polly (1910).
At the turn of the century, his health having greatly improved, Wells began to make frequent trips to the European Continent and in 1906 he went on his first tour

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