Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866). H. G. Wells.
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)
Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)

Experiment in Autobiography. Discoveries and Conclusions of a Very Ordinary Brain (Since 1866)

New York: Macmillan, 1934. [First American Edition]. Hardcover. Tall 8vo., 718pp., many illustrations, index. Date 1934 on title page with "Set up and electrotyped, published October, 1934" on the verso of the title page. -- Condition (see photos). Near fine / very good. Item #10199

"Wells’s first published book was a Textbook of Biology (1893). With his first novel, The Time Machine (1895), which was immediately successful, he began a series of science fiction novels that revealed him as a writer of marked originality and an immense fecundity of ideas: The Wonderful Visit (1895), The Island of Doctor Moreau (1896), The Invisible Man (1897), The War of the Worlds (1898), The First Men in the Moon (1901), and The Food of the Gods (1904). He also wrote many short stories, which were collected in The Stolen Bacillus (1895), The Plattner Story (1897), and Tales of Space and Time (1899)".-brittanica.

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