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The Time Ship
A Chrononautical Journey
Enrique Gaspar; Yolanda Molina-Gavilán, trans.; Andrea L. Bell, trans.; Yolanda Molina-Gavilán, intro.; Andrea L. Bell, intro.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Acknowledgments
• Introduction:
The Time Ships Place in the History of Science Fiction
• In Which It Is Proved That FORWARD Is Not the Byword of Progress
• A Lecture within Everyone’s Reach
• Theory of Time: How It Is Made, How It Is Unmade
• Which Deals with Family Affairs
• Cupid and Mars
• The Vehicle as School of Morality
• Away!
• Retroactive Effects
• The Gradual Reduction and Ultimate Elimination of the Army
• In Which a Seemingly Insignificant Yet Greatly Important Incident Takes Place
• A Bit of Tiresome, Though Necessary, Erudition
• Forty-eight Hours in the Celestial Empire
• Nineteenth-century Europe Meets Third-century China
• An Unexpected Guest
• The Resurrection of the Dead before Judgment Day
• Where All Is Explained and All Is Entangled
• Bread and Circuses
• Sic Transit Gloria Mundi
• Shipwrecked in the Sky
• The Best One; Not Because It’s Better but Because It’s Last
• Notes
• Bibliography

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