available are science fiction / adventurenstories and Tono-Bungay, his one attemptnatjamesian, serious fiction. But itnwould be misleading to take this as thenonly measure of Wells's impact onnmodern thought. His was the kind ofncorrosive intellect---like that of GeorgenBernard Shaw and Bertrand Russell---nthat provided a set of assumptions to . . .
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