H. G. Wells. ‘When the Sleeper Wakes.’ Illustrated by Henri Lanos. The Graphic, no. 1529 (18 March 1899): 329-31.
In this story, later rewritten as The Sleeper Awakes, the hero Graham falls asleep in the present and wakes over two hundred years later, in a world of skyscrapers, moving roadways and flying machines; in this book Wells also prophesies the invention of the audiobook and the television.
View other illustrations for ‘When the Sleeper Wakes‘