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Their close friendship, begun in 1898, became increasingly strained as their differences grew more apparent. It was finally severed by the publication of Boon (1915) in which Wells ridiculed James and all he stood for in a biting parody which James never forgave. Wells apologised profusely for his tactlessness and lack of manners but by then the friendship was definitely at an end. It may be questioned whether they had ever really understood one another. For some years they had maintained a frequent correspondence and never lost an opportunity of meeting, but their thought processes were so dissimilar and their basic outlook so foreign that it is doubtful if any real intellectual intimacy ever existed.
Short story, originally published in the Pall Mall Budget, 9 August 1894, and reprinted in SB and CB. Describes an observatory in Borneo and an attack upon an assistant by an unidentified bat-like creature. IN THE DAYS OF THE COMET. Novel, published in 1906. The story is essentially an elaboration of the short story 'The Star'. The opening chapters are notable for their portrait of Wells's mother, and for their insight into life in the Potteries. IN THE MODERN VEIN: AN UNSYMPATHETIC LOVE STORY.
304-11. LAND IRONCLADS, THE. Short story, originally published in the Strand Magazine, December 1903, and reprinted in CSS. The story, a striking anticipation of the tank (which did not come into practical use until1916) is discussed in Experiment in Autobiography, pp. 683-4, and in 'The Betterave Papers' (q. ), p. 361. LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS, THE. First published in the Pall Mall Gazette, 25 June 1894, and reprinted in CPM: a description of a book by Thomas Miller on the language of flowers. 46 An H G.