Surname 1Name Instructor CourseDateEssay based off the time machine by wellsTime travelling is one of the unique concepts for the contemporary human kind that is regarded as inconceivable. However, in the book The Time Machine by Wells H.G., this human fantasy is unraveled explicitly. The author integrates a unique concoction of distinct characters, motivated by varying ideologies, such as labor divisions versus capitalists’ conflicts. The visionary proportions of this novel appear to suggest that the destruction of the human race is at hand. As McConnell (p. 1581) establishes, ‘the time machine is but a sober and bleak vision in the universe of the human kind. Hence, it is worth suggesting that ‘the author’s employment of the different characters develops a huge sense of diversity and contrast. Therefore, the manner in which the characters are portrayed coupled by apparent biases influenced how a given reader understands the text. The novel first introduces us to the antithetical species by Wells who are known as the Eloi, through an eager time-traveler’s eyes. After a short period of interaction, they are characterized by a perfectionism model. “…very beautiful and graceful…” and more “…thoughindescribably frail…” hence, the enchantment which had first caught the eyes of the eager
Surname 2traveler turns out to be boring due to lack of mature intellect and portray childish whimsical characters. Hence, the author exposes a hint that a person is motivated the human quality possessed by another being. That is, the intellect part is what defines a truly human being. The novel proceeds with the downplay of the Eloi comparison, “pretty small people…” who they describe as “…inspired confidence…” however, such people were just “…mere fatted cattle…” this and such mindless interactions are observed to rob them their deserved respect and dignity. Hence, this develops a concern in their perception of the future.