War of The Worlds Essays
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Introduction This section reports the data gathered from the writing survey of the insightful works previously done on War of the Worlds from alternate points of view. The goal of this section is to set the foundation and setting for the discoveries from next parts. This part gives the scope of new thoughts and builds up a literature gap for future pursuits. The discovery of lines and canals cut by some smart beings on Mars and the Victorian myths of...
The War of the Worlds is a science fiction novel by English author Herbert George Wells and published in 1897 and Prester John is an adventure novel written by John Buchan in 1910. H. G. Wells was an English writer. He was prolific in many genres, writing dozens of novels, short stories, and many others. John Buchan is a Scottish novelist who began his political and diplomatic careers in southern Africa which made him start writing career. He often wrote...
The context of a novel means the circumstances in which it was written – the social, historical, intellectual and literary factors that influenced what the author wrote. All literature is influenced by the life experiences that the author has gone through and these are shaped by the world in which the author lived in. Therefore, in order to truly understand the themes, ideas and messages H.G. Wells portrayed through The War of the Worlds, it is vital to have some...