Allen's art is in the uniform style of his time: a large, rather stiff, bold-faced, black-and-white drawing of the figure. His novels are, on the whole, rather heavy and stolid in tone, and often deal with financial matters (his readership was largely made up of businessmen). The early stories, however, are rather lighter and closer to the essay form.While Allen's work is notoriously difficult, his most easily read novel is probably a novella called The Woman Who Did, published in 1895. The protagonist is a woman who, before this story, appears in a number of short stories.In his later years, Allen's literary and art reputation declined, although he still produced much. In 1912, he published his only novel under the name Olive Pratt Rayner, an un-illustrated romance with preposterous plot and no artistic merit. In 1917, he published The Prophet of Kalki, the writer's last novel (he was 68 at the time), a mystical and religious work that makes a great deal of sense of the nature of all religions. After this, he wrote more short stories and worked on a biography of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.Allen became interested in science fiction in the 1890s. He was acquainted with H. G. Wells, J. A. Herring, Isaac Asimov and many others; these contacts stimulated his interest in the new genre, and he became a pioneer in the field. Although the work of Wells, Edgar Rice Burroughs and others was more popular in his time, Allen's early novels were published. By 1901, Allen had written a number of short stories in this field, the most important of which was The Thames Valley Catastrophe (published 1901 in The Strand Magazine). In this story, a cataclysmic volcanic eruption destroys London, and the only survivors are a few people in a London Underground tube station. The story was quite well received, and Allen wrote more works under this banner and in the future. He also became acquainted with the works of H. P. Lovecraft. His stories were published in the 1920s.In the early 1950s, Allen published some of his last short stories and drawings. His last novella, The Lady Was a Phantom, was published in 1952, and he died three years later. Allen's life was a long one, and his career is characterised by consistency of style, rather than by any particular'school' of art.
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