How is the main story presented in the time machine by h. g. wells?

the narrator recounts the story, as told to him by the time traveller.
the time traveller tells his friends the stories told to him by the eloi.
the narrator reads the journal written by the time traveller.
the time traveller's servant recounts his master's story.

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The Time Traveller's servant recounts his masters story
The narrator is invited to dinner in remembrance of an event that occurred some time ago in which the Time Traveler announced he created a time machine. The Time Traveler then arrives, ragged and dirty. After cleaning himself up and eating he recounts his story those who were invited including the narrator.
The narrator is invited to dinner as an anniversary of sorts that happened a long time ago, where he announced that he built a time machine. And then he arrives dirty and rugged beginning to tell the guests his story
The answer is A. The narrator is invited to dinner in remembrance of an event that occurred some time ago in which the Time Traveler announced he created a time machine. The Time Traveler then arrives, ragged and dirty. After cleaning himself up and eating he recounts his story those who were invited including the narrator. I hope this helps!

your answer is

The narrator recounts the story, as told to him by the Time Traveller.

The narrator recounts the story as told by the Time Traveler

Explanation:

The narrator is invited to a dinner at the Time Travelers house where he arrives after being traveling thru time, so this invited becomse the narrator and he recounts the story as it was told to him by the Time Traveler.

In "The Time Machine", Herbert George Wells shows  contrasting picture of the concept of Social Darwinism. Social Darwinism applied Charles Darwin's theory of the "survival of the fittest". The rich will become more rich while the poor will get poorer, maintaining the gap between the two classes. But in the novel, Wells depicts the lesser privileged group, the Morlocks as more superior than the developed upper class, the Eloi. The Morlocks represent the lower working class while the Eloi are the Victorian ruling class. The concept of the higher class passing on their "successful" genes to their future generation is refuted, with the twist of fates in the novel. But Wells also shows both classes evolving into a much more degraded forms of individuals, contrasting Darwin's claims of humans developing into much better individuals.

In "The Time Machine", by H. G. Wells, the main story is presented as follows The narrator recounts the story, as told to him by the Time Traveller.

Explanation:

The main story relates to the Time Traveller, an eminent scientist who has built a time machine to travel through time. The protagonist, the Time Traveller, is never named by the novel. The narrator tells the story by recounting the Time Traveller’s weekly lectures.

In "The Time Machine", by H. G. Wells, the main story is presented as follows The narrator recounts the story, as told to him by the Time Traveller. The main story relates to the Time Traveller, an eminent scientist who has built a time machine to travel through time. The narrator is Mr. Hillyer, a guest in the Time Traveller's dinner party.

The correct answer is 'the narrator recounts the story, as told to him by the Time Traveller’. The protagonist, the Time Traveller, is never named by the novel. The narrator tells the story by recounting the Time Traveller’s weekly lectures.


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