Like a number of books, the movie was shameful by comparison. H.G. Wills’s classic story follows his time traveler’s exploits (primarily) 800,000 years in the future. There he finds mankind divided into two terribly different species: the carefree but helpless Eloi and the toiling, violent Morlocks. This stories a quick read; interesting social commentary, good story–a little dry, though.
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