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Select Conversations with an Uncle, published in 1895, was H.G. Wells's first literary publication in book form. It consists of reports of twelve conversations between a fictional witty uncle[2] who has returned to London from South Africa with "a certain affluence," as well as two other conversations (one on aestheticism that takes place in a train, entitled "A Misunderstood Artist," and another on physiognomy, entitled "The Man with a Nose").

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