H. G. Wells
Full Name: Herbert George Wells
Birth: September 21, 1866
Place of Birth: Bromley, England,
Death: August 13, 1946
Place of Death: London,
England, United Kingdom
Father: Joseph Wells (shopkeeper and
professional cricket player)
Mother: Sarah Neal (maid)
Siblings: Frances Sarah, Francis Charles, and
Wife: Isabel Mary Wells (1891-1895)
Second Wife: Amy Katherine "Jane" Robbins
Children: George Philip, Frank, Anna Jane and
Careers and Education
Alma Mater: Royal
College of Science
He is known as "the Father of Science Fiction"
"the Father of Futerism"
Writings: novels, short stories, film stories,
non-fiction, and articles.
Some criticised him because of the large
amount of work he published, saying that "he
spread his talent too thin".
Wells literary career took off in 1895 with his
novel The Time Machine.
● The Invisible Man
● The Island of Doctor Moreau
● The War of the Worlds
● The First Men in the Moon
● The Shape of Things to