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List of time travel works of fiction. The lists below describes notable works of fiction involving time travel, where time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work.
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For stories of time travel in antiquity, see the history of the time travel concept. For video games and interactive media featuring time travel, see list of games containing time travel. Time travel in novels and short stories. Works created prior to the 1. Time travel . Only women are soldiers. Rip Van Winkle. Washington Irving.
A man falls asleep on a mountain side and wakes twenty years in the future. He finds he has been forgotten, his wife has died and his daughter is no longer a child.
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The first story to use a machine for time travel. Wells. An inventor takes a companion in his time machine. The companion narrates the story of their subsequent adventures.
Sylvie and Bruno. Lewis Carroll. A watch both tells and determines time. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
Mark Twain. A man of the 1. AD in King Arthur's time. Tourmalin's Time Cheques. Thomas A. Gutherie. Time travel and the paradoxes that can result from it.
Golf in the Year 2. J. Mc. Cullough. A man falls asleep in 1. Noted for its accurate predictions of the year 2. The Time Machine. H. Wells. An inventor creates a time machine and travels to the year 8. AD. There, humans have evolved into two species, Morlocks and Eloi.
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Enoch Soames. Max Beerbohm. Enoch is transported from 1.
His tale involves a Faustian pact. Armageddon 2. 41. A. D. Philip Francis Nowlan. A strange cave gas transports Anthony Rogers to 2. AD. This story was the basis of the comic strip, Buck Rogers. Burnt Norton. T. Eliot. This work begins with the line, .
Sprague de Camp. An archaeologist is transported from Rome, in the time of Mussolini, to the 6th century and tries to prevent the fall of the Roman Empire. By His Bootstraps. Robert A. Heinlein. A circular paradox- character is brought to the future where he later operates a time machine to bring himself to the future. All- Star Comics #1.
The Justice Society of America uses a time ray to travel 5. America against bomb attacks. Future Times Three. Ren. They travel to the future, where humanity has branched into different species, each with their own particular tasks, and then to the past.
The story was adapted to movie form in 1. Vintage Season. Moore and Henry Kuttner)Time travellers from the future experience wonderful seasons and spectacular events in the past. All- Star Comics #3. The villain, Per Degaton, murders a scientist who has invented a time machine. Degaton then attempts to use the time machine to alter history so that modern technology cannot defeat his bid to conquer America.
Pebble in the Sky. Isaac Asimov. In the mid- twentieth century, a man who is a retired tailor is accidentally sent to the future.
The Gauntlet. Ronald Welch. After putting on a gauntlet, a boy is transported to 1. Wales. 1. 95. 2A Sound of Thunder. Ray Bradbury. The butterfly effect means changes made in the past will affect the future. Bring the Jubilee.
Ward Moore. A time traveller from an alternate reality appears at the Battle of Gettysburg and changes his own future into ours. Experiment. Fredric Brown. An experiment involving the time travel of a small brass cube results in disaster. He learns to teleport through time. Wythnos yng Nghymru Fydd (A Week in the Wales of the Future)Islwyn Ffowc Elis.
The narrator travels twice to Wales in the year 2. Each time he encounters a different future. Heinlein. A man has been trapped in suspended animation for thirty years. After his release, he uses a time machine to travel back in time and exact revenge on his friend and his fianc.
However, the results confound him. Tom's Midnight Garden. Philippa Pearce. In this children's novel, a boy is living in medical quarantine in a 1. He finds himself in the building's garden of the 1. All You Zombies. Robert A. Heinlein. A circular paradox in which a man discovers that he is his own mother and father. The Weirdstone of Brisingamen.
Alan Garner. Through the caves of Alderley Edge in Cheshire, Colin and Susan go back in time in a story involving a crystal bracelet and a magical great wolf. Danny Dunn, Time Traveler. Raymond Abrashkin and Jay Williams. Two teenagers use their professor's time machine to study the history of the United States. Fantastic Four vol 1 No.
Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The Fantastic Four travel to Ancient Egypt where they meet Pharaoh Rama- Tut, who is a time traveller from the 3. This was the first appearance of the Marvel Comics time- travelling villain, Kang.
Using a time travel machine, they cast real Vikings. Hawksbill Station. Robert Silverberg. An oppressive government uses a time machine to deport their political prisoners to the Pre- Cambrian, billions of year in the past.
Charlotte Sometimes. Barbara Sleigh. A boarding- school story where the protagonist, Charlotte, travels back in time to be Claire in 1. Slaughterhouse- Five.
Kurt Vonnegut. A man is randomly traveling through time, jumping from one event to another in no particular order. Up the Line. Robert Silverberg.
Tourists take guided tours to historical events. The House on the Strand. Daphne du Maurier. A drug- induced journey to a Cornish village in the 1. Behold the Man. Michael Moorcock.
A man uses a time machine to travel to 2. AD, in the hope of meeting Jesus. Time and Again. Jack Finney. Hypnosis allows travel through time. The Year of the Quiet Sun. Wilson Tucker. A government uses a forward time traveling machine to survey the future and then adjust its policies based on what it sees.
Time Enough for Love. Robert A. Heinlein. Lazarus Long travels back in time to 1.
The Man Who Folded Himself. David Gerrold. A man receives a belt that allows him to travel through time. Crusade in Jeans. Thea Beckman. A 1. He saves the life of Leonardo Fibonacci, and together they join the German Children's Crusade, where saves most of them with the aid of his twentieth- century knowledge and a couple of items from the future (such as a box of matches). Bid Time Return. Richard Matheson. A young man sees an old photograph of a woman.
Through hypnosis he travels back in time from 1. The story was the basis of the 1. Somewhere in Time, winner of the 1. World Fantasy Award for Best Novel. An Infinite Summer. Christopher Priest.
Time travelers from the future journey through the 2. The people in each tableau become invisible and permeable to others, until the effect wears off, sometimes after many years. Rotating Cylinders and the Possibility of Global Causality Violation. Larry Niven. A half- finished Tipler cylinder is discovered by a future human explorer. When the leader decides to complete it, his civilization is destroyed by a nova. Time After Time. Karl Alexander.
H. Wells builds a time machine, which is stolen by Jack the Ripper so he can escape the authorities and continue his killing spree in the future. Morlock Night. K. Jeter. What happens when H.
Wells' time machine returns from the future. Wells' The Time Machine use the machine to travel back to Victorian. London. 1. 98. 0Timescape. Gregory Benford. Ttachyons are used to warn scientists of the past about an upcoming disaster. Winner of the 1. 98.
Nebula and British Science Fiction Awards and the 1. John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel.
Thrice Upon a Time. James P. Hogan. A scientist invents a machine that can send messages through time. A Rebel in Time. Harry Harrison. A racist US colonel plans to aid the Confederacy with submachine gun plans and is pursued through time by an African- American cop. Kindred. Octavia Butler. An African- American woman is inexplicably transported from 1.
Los Angeles to early 1. Maryland. She meets her ancestors: a white slave holder and an African- American woman who was born free, but was forced into slavery later in life. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. Douglas Adams. Milliways is frozen in the last moment before the universe succumbs to final entropy. Time travel is required to reach it. Menu prices are astronomical so patrons are advised to deposit a penny in a bank account. By the time a patron reaches the restaurant, compound interest will have transformed the penny into a fortune large enough to pay the bill.
The Many- Colored Land, first book of the Saga of the Pliocene Exile series. Julian May. Time travellers from the late twenty- first to the early twenty- second century go through a one- way time portal to the Earth's Pliocene period. There the world is controlled by humanoid extra- terrestrials. Life, the Universe and Everything. Douglas Adams. Time travel paradoxes form the basis of this broad comedy, as in the case of the ancient poet Lallafa.
Millennium. John Varley. In the far distant future, a team of time travellers snatch the passengers of a crashed aeroplane, leaving behind prefabricated bodies for rescue teams to find. The novel is the basis of the 1. The Anubis Gates. Tim Powers. In 1.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge. A professor hired by the millionaire is trapped in 1. London. 1. 98. 4The Toynbee Convector. Ray Bradbury. A stagnating civilization of the 1. Mankind is inspired by the evidence to achieve this utopia.
The Proteus Operation. James P. Hogan. In a world dominated by a victorious Third Reich, the besieged forces of freedom mount a covert military mission to 1. World War II. 1. 98.
Star Trek: Ishmael. Barbara Hambly. Spock is aboard a Klingon ship when it travels back in time to Seattle in 1.
He discovers a Klingon plot to destroy the United Federation of Planets by assassinating an ancestor of his mother who is a prominent local businessman who will later be instrumental in repelling an invasion by the alien Karsids. Sphere. Michael Crichton.
A man made space ship from the far future passes through a wormhole. It crashes onto the Earth where it is thought to be an alien vessel. A Tale of Time City. Diana Wynne Jones. Vivian Smith is a girl who is kidnapped while being evacuated from London during World War II. She is caught up in a struggle to preserve history.
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