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Haldane, Sir Edward Grey, Leo Amery, Lord Milner and others. 9-13 At 6 Clements Inn. 44 An H. G. Wells Chronology 1903 January Prepares outline of three-act play based on WC. Publishes letter in Young Man on 'The Decay of the Novel' . 20 (Tues) Thanks Gosse for nominating him for the Goncourt Academy. February 'Mr Skelmersdale in Fairyland' in London Magazine. Joins the Fabian Society, sponsored by GBS and GW. ) March 'The Valley of Spiders' in SM. 13 (Fri) Lectures to the Fabian Society on 'The Question of Scientific Administrative Areas in relation to Municipal Undertakings'.
WW begins serialisation in Pearson's Magazine. 21 (Wed) With ACR travels to Petersfield, Hampshire, en route for Budleigh Salterton, where they have arranged to meet GG. 26 Arrives at Budleigh Salterton and stays in lodgings at Spa Cottage. May Publication of PSO. 'The Crystal Egg' in New Review. 'A Story of the Stone Age' begins serialisation in Idler. Begins work on WSW. 14 (Fri) Tells Pinker WSW 'is to be the culmination of my career'. 17 Leaves Budleigh Salterton and travels to Torcross, thence on foot to Dartmouth.
2 (Thurs) 'The Flowering of the Strange Orchid' in PMB. 9 'In the Avu Observatory' in PMB. 10 Tells JW 'I have been writing a longer thing on spec [TM] and have been treating through an agent to get some of my PMG articles published as a book [SCU]. 16 'The Diamond Maker' in PMB. 23 'The Treasure in the Forest' in PMB. 25 'Through a Window' in Black and White (original title 'At a Window'). September Early in September completes revision of TM and returns to London with ACR. Sends manuscript of TM to WEH.
An H. G. Wells Chronology by J. R. Hammond (auth.)