When the Sleeper Wakes

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Wells, H. G. When the Sleeper Wakes. London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899. Abridged version: The Sleeper Wakes (1910).

An almost totally "civilized" (that is, urbanized) high-tech world controlled by Capital. Discussed by A. Aldridge in CW ("Origins of Dystopia"),[[1]] Wolfe 99-104,[[2]] and by F. McConnell, The Science Fiction of H. G. Wells 149-53 and passim—all listed under Literary Criticism. Cf. and contrast Y. Zamiatin's We (cited this Category).