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H. G. WELLS

to the United States. In 1903 he joined the Fabian Society, with which he remained actively (though not always harmoniously) connected for a number of years. In 1909 he moved to London, and in 1912 bought a house at Easton Park near Dunmow, Essex, which remained his home until his wife's death in 1927
The New Machiavelli (1911) marks a new departure in Wells' creative work; the novel of ideas and of' problems in which the (fictional) story becomes subordinate to the sociological message. The works Marriage (1912), The Passionate Friends (1913) The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman (1914) The Research Magnificent (1915) belong to this category.
Wells supported the first World War as the `War to end War' and in 1918 became for a short time director of Propaganda Policy against Germany on Lord Northcliffe's Enemy Propaganda Committee. His most important work, written and published during the war was Mr. Britling sees it Through (1916) which achieved tremendous popularity.
Shortly after the war (1920) he visited Soviet Russia and in 1921 he attended the Washington Conference. In the years to follow he travelled much, and spent many winters away from the rigours of the English climate. Though he continued writing novels-his most important novel of the inter-war years was The World of William Clissold (1926)-he concentrated more and more on the propagating of ideas. The main thesis which he expounded during the last two decades of his life was that the human race must adapt itself to the material forces it has created, or perish. The three great works Outline of History (1920) Science of Life (1929) and The Work, World and Happiness of Mankind (1932) were all designed to popularize the ideology appropriate to the task of creating a World State-in his view the only alternative to a return to barbarism and to final annihilation. In 1934 he published two volumes of autobiography Experiment in Living.
The second World War was to him the confirmation that mankind had indeed lost the mastery over the forces of its own making and was heading inexorably towards doom. His last work Mind at the End of its Tether (1945) gave expression to his final mood of despair.
Having been ailing for some considerable time, he died in his London home on August 13th 1946. H. D. R.

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