Enrique Gaspar:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Enrique Gaspar (b. 1842 - d. 1902) was a Spanish diplomat, playwright and author, initially of zarzuelas, comic operettas with spoken dialogue in the French manner. He is of science fiction interest for the book-length "El anacronópete" (in Novelas, coll 1887; translated as "The Time Ship: A Chrononautical Journey" in 2012) which, although it is not the first text to posit something like Time Travel, seems to be the first to describe a Time Machine.
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Anacronopete (Time Machine)

El Anacronopete (1887)


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