"Men Like Gods: An Original Romance"

Title"Men Like Gods: An Original Romance"
Year for Search1922
AuthorsWells, H[erbert] G[eorge](1866-1946)
Tertiary AuthorsWells, H. G.
Secondary TitleThe Westminster Gazette
Volume / Edition nos. 9175 - 9210
Paginationall installments are on page 12 except No. 9196 (January 1, 1923): 3.
Date PublishedDecember 5, 1922 - January 17, 1923
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

A world composed entirely of the Samurai of 1905 Wells.

Additional Publishers

U. S. serialization illus. George W. Bellows. Hearst’s International 42.5 - 43.6 (November 1922 - June 1023): 9-15, 136-39; 42-48, 128-31; 32-38, 124-25, 110; 42-48, 151-53;38-43, 149-53; 56-61, 154-55; 89-92, 130, 132-34; 83-84, 146-48. Repub. without the subtitle. London: Cassell, 1923. Rpt. in The Works of H. G. Wells Atlantic Edition. Volume XXVIII Men Like Gods and The Dream (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1927), 1-328. Except for later critical editions, The Atlantic Edition is generally considered the best text of Wells’s works.

Info Notes

Subtitle added after the first issue.

There is a brief satirical poem directed at the novel by W. H.B., “This Man–Wells,” The Westminster Gazette, no 9178 (December 8, 1922): 12 rpt. from the Morning Post.

Author Note

(1866-1946)

Full Text

1922-23 Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge] (1866-1946). “Men Like Gods: An Original Romance” [Subtitled added after the first issue]. The Westminster Gazette, nos. 9175 - 9210 (December 5, 1922 - January 17, 1923): all installments are on page 12 except No. 9196 (January 1, 1923): 3. U. S. serialization illus. George W. Bellows. Hearst’s International 42.5 - 43.6 (November 1922 - June 1023): 9-15, 136-39; 42-48, 128-31; 32-38, 124-25, 110; 42-48, 151-53;38-43, 149-53; 56-61, 154-55; 89-92, 130, 132-34; 83-84, 146-48. Repub. without the subtitle. London: Cassell, 1923; U. S. ed. New York: Macmillan, 1923. Rpt. in The Works of H. G. Wells Atlantic Edition. Volume XXVIII Men Like Gods and The Dream (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1927), 1-328. Except for later critical editions, The Atlantic Edition is generally considered the best text of Wells’s works.

A world composed entirely of the Samurai of 1905 Wells.There is a brief satirical poem directed at the novel by W. H.B., “This Man–Wells,” The Westminster Gazette, no 9178 (December 8, 1922): 12 rpt. from the Morning Post.