A Modern Utopia

@article{FAMU,
  title={A Modern Utopia},
  author={S. F.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={72},
  pages={337-338}
}
IT is instructive to watch the growth, both in power and in hopefulness, of Mr. Wells's criticism of life. In the “Time Machine” his forecast of the future of humanity was frankly appalling; in “When the Sleeper Wakes,” more lurid (albeit far more probable) than the worst imaginings of “reforming” socialists. “Anticipations” was a most stimulating book, but so deliberately confined itself to exalting and exaggerating the prospects of a single aspect of life, so exclusively devoted itself to… Expand
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