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The novel is notable for its account of the narrator's childhood, which parallels Wells's in certain particulars, and for the portrait of Joseph Wells as the narrator's father. DREAM OF ARMAGEDDON, A. Short story, first published in Black and White, 1901. Included in TD, CB and DW. The narrator meets a solicitor on a train journey who relates a dream of world war in a future age. DUNSTONE'S DEAR LADY. First published in the Pall Mall Gazette, 1894, and reprinted in CPM: a facetious account of a quiet, refined girl who gradually becomes more assertive and finally dominates the life of her husband, Dunstone, who still speaks of her fondly as his 'dainty little lady'.
HENLEY HOUSE MAGAZINE. Wells was editor of the magazine while assistant master at Henley House School, Kilburn, from 1889 to 1891. '; 'Entre No us'. POLLY, THE. Novel, published in 1910. The History of Mr. Polly relates the biography of Alfred Polly, a dyspeptic shopkeeper, who escapes from his humdrum existence to find happiness as general factotum at a country inn. A critical edition of The History of Mr. Polly edited with an introduction by Gordon N. Ray, was published by the Houghton Mifflin Company, USA, in 1960.
Boon is also notable for the 26 sketches (or 'picshuas') which enliven its pages. BROTHERS, THE. Novella, published in 1938. Two brothers, leaders of rival factions in a civil war, discover that they have far more in common than either had realised. BRYNHILD. Novel, published in 1937. The story is analysed in detail in Anatomies of Egotism: A Reading of the Last Novels of H. G. Wells, by Robert Bloom (University of Nebraska Press, 1977). BULLA, THE. See THE RECONCILIATION. BULPINGTON OF BLUP, THE.
An H. G. Wells Companion: A guide to the novels, romances and short stories by J. R. Hammond