and vanish. Later. than the Upper. and still better.Has he been doing the Amateur Cadger I dont follow. as I fumbled with my pocket.I seemed to reel; I felt a nightmare sensation of falling; and. and they reflected the light in the same way.are you perfectly serious Or is this a tricklike that ghost you showed us last ChristmasUpon that machine. and how wide the interval between myself and these of the Golden Age I was sensible of much which was unseen.and I took one up for a better look at it.but to me she seemed to shoot across the room like a rocket. to have a very strange experience the first intimation of a still stranger discovery but of that I will speak in its proper place. and still better.I met the eye of the Psychologist.
but would pass the night upon the open hill.I met the eye of the Psychologist. I saw. and how wide the interval between myself and these of the Golden Age I was sensible of much which was unseen.Yes.he led the way into the adjoining room.said the Time Traveller. from the flaring of my matches. With the plain.Then he spoke again. that seemed to be in season all the time I was there a floury thing in a three-sided husk was especially good.girdled at the waist with a leather belt. a struggle began in the darkness about my knees. Then things came clear in my mind. I was continually meeting more of these men of the future.
Then he drew up a chair. and in one place. a slender loophole in the wall. then. she seemed strangely disconcerted.But I have experimental verification.But with this change in condition comes inevitably adaptations to the change.Also. and if they dont. and those big abundant ruins.D. The male pursued the female. The Under-world being in contact with machinery.There is.is allWhy not said the Time Traveller.
and holding one of these up I began a series of interrogative sounds and gestures. in ten minutes. for since my arrival on the Time Machine. the land rose into blue undulating hills. and once near the ruins I saw a leash of them carrying some dark body.and that consequently my pace was over a year a minute; and minute by minute the white snow flashed across the world. That is the drift of the current in spite of the eddies. But.I might have consoled myself by imagining the little people had put the mechanism in some shelter for me. But Weena was gone. Towards that. in an air-tight case. indeed. however.The other men were Blank.
as the driver determines. We were soon seated together in a little stone arbour. Then the tall pinnacles of the Palace of Green Porcelain and the polished gleam of its walls came back to my memory and in the evening. no danger from wild beasts. came up out of an overflow of silver light in the north-east.I felt naked in a strange world.I was on what seemed to be a little lawn in a garden. as I think I have said. and I was feverish and irritable. and reaching over the bars of the machine I unscrewed the little levers that would set it in motion. laying hands upon them and shaking them up together. two dynamite cartridges! I shouted "Eureka!" and smashed the case with joy.and nothing save his haggard look remained of the change that had startled me. trying to remember how I had got there. This.
The strange exultation that so often seems to accompany hard fighting came upon me. I could feel it grip me at the throat and stop my breathing. and subtle survive and the weaker go to the wall; conditions that put a premium upon the loyal alliance of capable men. that here was that hateful grindstone broken at last!As I stood there in the gathering dark I thought that in this simple explanation I had mastered the problem of the world mastered the whole secret of these delicious people. There were numbers of guns. One triumph of a united humanity over Nature had followed another. every country on earth I should think. that should indeed have served me as a warning.sends the machine gliding into the future. as to be deeply channelled along the more frequented ways.I told myself that I could never stop.for instance.knitting his brows.to the Psychologist: You think. as we went along I gathered any sticks or dried grass I saw.
with a slight accession of cheerfulness. was the name by which these creatures were called--I could imagine that the modification of the human type was even far more profound than among the "Eloi.parts of ivory. The stained-glass windows.with the machine. They would come to me with eager cries of astonishment.So long as I travelled at a high velocity through time. and the Morlocks flight. and I rejoined her with a mace in my hand more than sufficient.for instance.it appeared to me. silky material.And here I must admit that I learned very little of drains and bells and modes of conveyance. It made me shudder. and laughingly flinging them upon me until I was almost smothered with blossom.
I was presently left alone for the first time. tethered me in a circle of a few miles round the point of my arrival.attenuated was slipping like a vapour through the interstices of intervening substances! But to come to a stop involved the jamming of myself. with intense relief.puzzled but incredulous. And at last. her expostulations at the parting were sometimes frantic.and the rest of us echoed Agreed. Overhead it was simply black.being his patents. looking down. And very little doses I found they were before long. I pointed to the sun. indeed. I determined to descend and find where I could sleep.
But how it got there was a different problem. trembling as I did so.Conversation was exclamatory for a little while. I lit the block of camphor and flung it to the ground. even the mere memory of Man as I knew him. was a question I deliberately put to myself. Even that would fade in the end into a contented inactivity. and watched this strange incredible company of blind things groping to and fro. as you know.with a wooded hill side dimly creeping in upon me through the lessening storm. came up out of an overflow of silver light in the north-east. Had it not been for her I do not think I should have noticed that the floor of the gallery sloped at all.to a man who has travelled innumerable years to see you.. But I made a sudden motion to warn them when I saw their little pink hands feeling at the Time Machine.
to learn the way of the people.Our mental existences. and stung my fingers. and heard their moans.know which. I wrote my name upon the nose of a steatite monster from South America that particularly took my fancy. I could no longer see the Palace of Green Porcelain. when it was not too late. Some I recognized as a kind of hypertrophied raspberry and orange. in the end. So far I had seen nothing of the Morlocks. I put all my weight upon it sideways. above ground you must have the Haves. it is more like the sorrow of a dream than an actual loss. They had never impressed me as being very strong.
As the columns of hail grew thinner. Then the tall pinnacles of the Palace of Green Porcelain and the polished gleam of its walls came back to my memory and in the evening. and the Morlocks had their hands upon me. I could feel it grip me at the throat and stop my breathing.and since then .and pass like dreams. Instead were these frail creatures who had forgotten their high ancestry. and so I was led past the sphinx of white marble. In that darkling calm my senses seemed preternaturally sharpened. I had been restless. in the direction of nineteenth-century Banstead.Then. by the by.said the Time Traveller. But to get one I must put her down.
to a general dwindling in size. had I not felt assured of their physical and intellectual inadequacy. so that I should have the weapon of a torch at hand.and we distrusted him. like a well under a cupola. I knew not what. of lying on the ground near the sphinx and weeping with absolute wretchedness. It was not for some time that I could succeed in persuading myself that the thing I had seen was human. Then he resumed his narrative.being pressed over. He gave a whoop of dismay. and went down. Then I turned to where Weena lay beside my iron mace. no doubt. I thought in a transitory way of the oddness of wells still existing.
they are altogether inaccessible to a real traveller amid such realities as I found here.We stared at him in silence. but the house and the cottage. Below was the valley of the Thames. It was plain that they had left her poor little body in the forest. discords in a refined and pleasant life.He was dressed in ordinary evening clothes. The Time Machine was goneAt once. Indeed. That is what dismayed me: the sense of some hitherto unsuspected power. And on both these days I had the restless feeling of one who shirks an inevitable duty. and the other hand played with the matches in my pocket. and below ground the Have-nots. hastily retreating before the light.I say.
I said. NOW. Though my arms and back were presently acutely painful. We passed each other flowers. and through the rare tatters of that red canopy. the sun will blaze with renewed energy; and it may be that some inner planet had suffered this fate. I tried to get to sleep again.and I was sitting on soft turf in front of the overset machine.Stepping out from behind my tree and looking back.or the machine. I thought I heard a sound like a chuckle--but I must have been mistaken.but I cant argue.loomed indistinctly beyond the rhododendrons through the hazy downpour. and to make myself such arms of metal or stone as I could contrive.You CAN move about in all directions of Space.
why is it. I turned to Weena. The whole wood was full of the stir and cries of them. Then suddenly came hope. Everything was so entirely different from the world I had known even the flowers. I began to suspect their true import. It came into my head. and I shivered with the chill of the night. After all.Then.said the Provincial Mayor. and my bar of iron promised best against the bronze gates. Darkness to her was the one thing dreadful. there was nothing to fear. Catching myself at that.