Hinton and Abbot. Artists and spiritualists got interested in the fourth dimension (p. 514), as did writers:
One of the two minor characters in "The Visitor" is a researcher
testing "'...Dunne's theory that dreams can foretell the future.'" (p.
There is a very select list of literary works that refer to Dunne's theory:
JW Dunne knew HG Wells, sharing interests in time and aircraft;
Dunne's An Experiment With Time refers to Wells' The Time Machine;
Wells' The Shape Of Things To Come refers to An Experiment With Time.
Thereafter, works based on An Experiment With Time include:
The Gap In The Curtain by John Buchan;
Time And The Conways by JB Priestley;
Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce.
And works crucially referring to Dunne include:
"The Dark Tower" by CS Lewis;
"The Visitor" by Poul Anderson.
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