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    H.G. Wells' works referenced by Orwell

    By far the best known modern Utopias are those of H.G. Wells. Wells's vision of the future is almost fully expressed in two books written in the early Twenties, The Dream and Men Like Gods.

    Can we get these online, so we can know what Orwell is talking about?

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    You made some good points there. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your post.

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