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The date is set in 1904-? #138453
10/19/04 11:29 AM
10/19/04 11:29 AM
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If I understand correctly you've set the date of this adventure in the year 1904, why?

Jules Verne's book "The Master of World" was published then I think...any connection to the story?

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Re: The date is set in 1904-? #138454
10/20/04 07:46 AM
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Jules Verne's book "The Master of World" was published then I think...any connection to the story?

There is no special reason to have set the date in 1904, Curtis Hewitt the hero, is a great photograph of this period. And it was a manner to show the difference between the Gods technology and our technology in 1900.


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