Titles like the original Utopia, or Erewhon, and many others are the exact equivalent of the realistic journey to utopia. Towards the end of the nineteenth century the change in the Utopian’s attitude becomes manifest in the titles and subtitles. Some writers feel called upon to add an explanatory subtitle, but the best-known and most modern forecasts, Brave New World, 1984, and Ape and Essence are simply described as novels. In the twentieth century the completely frameless utopian novel definitely comes into use. In the ordinary realistic novel the author does not have to explain how he comes to know about his characters’ innermost feelings and thoughts. While H. G. Wells early work had been neatly divided into realistic novels on the one hand, and fantastic and utopian romances on the other, this distinction can no longer be made in the case of The Holy Terror.