Time Travel


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Time Travel

Connecticut Yankee,
the struck on the head, he awakens to find himself in 6th-century England. [Am. Lit.: Mark Twain A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court]
Looking Backward
Julian West awakens more than a century later to enjoy a new life in the Boston of A.D. 2000. [Am. Lit.: Looking Backward in Magill I, 520]
Pilgrim, Billy
taught time-traveling by the Tralfamadorian space creatures. [Am. Lit.: Kurt Vonnegut Slaughterhouse-Five]
Time Machine, The
Englishman voyages through millions of years to mankind’s future. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 980]
References in classic literature ?
The inhabitants of the more temperate regions would at the same time travel southward, unless they were stopped by barriers, in which case they would perish.
The hours representing the time traveled over were carefully noted, and the calculation was easy.
In Tentacle, however, Acilde and Argenis--a frustrated artist who, alongside the specter of ecological collapse, is the novel's main antagonist--experience time travel after coming into contact with anemone tentacles: a bodily, rather than mechanical, intervention.
What happens when you combine UFOs, a vintage bottle of wine, and time travel? You get Antoine Laurain's fantasy novel, Vintage 1954.
Retired doctor Colin Barron, 62, cut a cake at his home recently to celebrate the launch of'Travels inTime', a non-fiction book which tells the story of time travel cinema.
Additionally, Masters encourages readers to think more about human evolution and how it can eventually result in people piloting the UFOs through time travel.
When they discover that a dimension populated by monsters is approaching Earth, Howard and Cate time travel to an ancient Chinese city to find fragments of a powerful golden mask that prevented the last dimensional collision.
Looking at displacements in points of origin, space, time, and genre, they consider such topics as time travel and self-reflexivity in receptions of Homer's Iliad, Lyra's odyssey in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials, drinking blood and talking ghosts in Diana Wynne Jones' The Time of the Ghost, finding Cassandra in science fiction: the seer of Agamennon and the time-traveling protector of Continuum, and just your average Tuesday-morning Minotaur.
In Kate Mascarenhas' superb debut novel, The Psychology of Time Travel (Crooked Lane, $26.99, 352 pages, 9781683319443), four female scientists in 1967 discover the secret of time travel.
Huffmire's treatment of this classic fairy tale features an unexpected element: time travel. And it works surprisingly well.
From the destructive impact a time- traveling rival has on a marriage, to a human voyaging to the future and arriving in the mind of a lobster, to an essay from Silverberg about how early time travel stories inspired him as a boy, Time and Time Again is a treasury for connoisseurs of quality science fiction in general and Silverberg's work in particular.
It's also seen our hero Barry Allen (played by Gustin Grant) do a lot of crazy stuff: mess with time travel, fight his arch nemesis Zoom, create weird paradoxes, team up with other speedsters, and trade blows with an eclectic roster of villains.