The Happy Turning

TitleThe Happy Turning
Year for Search1945
AuthorsWells, H[erbert] G[eorge](1866-1946)
Tertiary AuthorsWells, H. G.
Pagination50 pp.
Date Published[1945]
PublisherWilliam Heinemann
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Presented as taking place in Dreamland, which is a eutopia. Primarily concerned with religion. Discussions with Jesus who attacks Christianity and Paul in particular. Says he did not die and spent the rest of his life as a carpenter.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Last Books of H. G. Wells. The Happy Turning and Mind at the End of its Tether. Ed. G. P. Wells ([London]: H. G. Wells Society, 1982), 19-52 with an “Appendix The Writing of the Last Books” by the editor (79-80). 

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Author Note

(1866-1946)

Full Text

[1945] Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge] (1866-1946). The Happy Turning. London: William Heinemann. 50 pp. Rpt. in The Last Books of H. G. Wells. The Happy Turning and Mind at the End of its Tether. Ed. G. P. Wells ([London]: H. G. Wells Society, 1982), 19-52 with an “Appendix The Writing of the Last Books” by the editor (79-80). O

Presented as taking place in Dreamland, which is a eutopia. Primarily concerned with religion. Discussions with Jesus who attacks Christianity and Paul in particular. Christ says he did not die and spent the rest of his life as a carpenter.