William J. Burling Reading Time:The Ideology of Time Travel in Science Fiction

Jul 16th, 2015
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Burling (1).pdf William J. Burling Reading Time:The Ideology of Time Travel in Science Fiction

looking at your secondary readings, particularly the Burling, what motivates the time traveler (both in the book and in general)? What sort of person is (s)he? And how does our time traveler in Wells’ book fit in with some of our other science dabblers like Frankenstein, or Deckard, or that guy coming up next week (or take your pick)? How are we left to regard this person who would/ might mess with what has been or what would be?

Have at it, use (short) quotations/ citations, and have a good discussion.

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