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The stranger kept to himself in his room and conducted experiments. He wanted to be alone and undisturbed as he hated being disturbed while at work. His rude and strange behavior made him unpopular with the villagers and they suspected him to be a criminal. There was a theft in the house of Buntings at a time when the stranger was not in his room.

Hall went inside his empty room and were surprised to see the bed sheets dancing. The terrified owners chased him out of the inn with the help of Mr. Jaffers, the village constable. Griffin then met Mr. Marvel, a local tramp to whom he confessed that he was invisible. He threatened to kill him if he betrayed. He returned to Iping with Mr. Marvel to take his three note books and other belongings. Since he had no clothes on, he could not be seen by anybody.

After travelling a long distance, they came to Burdock where Mr. By this time, the story of the Invisible Man was in the newspaper and the whole country knew about it. A scuffle ensued in the inn and the Invisible Man was hurt.

Unknowingly, an injured and bleeding Invisible Man took shelter in the house of Dr. Kemp, who happened to be his associate in college.

Griffin told his story to Dr. Being a student of medicine, he was suddenly attracted towards Physics and function of light. He invented a chemical by which he made a piece of wool invisible. He then tried it on a cat and then on himself.

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He did not inform anyone about his invention as he feared that somebody else would take the credit of his invention. At first, he thought only of the advantages of being invisible but gradually he found the disadvantages too.

He needed food, clothing and shelter as the weather was changing and snow would settle on his body. He came to Iping to do research and find out the reverse process which he had not invented.

His body was like a thin sheet of glass. The food that he ate could be seen going down his throat until it was digested. Only the dogs could sense him. He wanted his three note books from Mr. He told Dr. Kemp that together they could unleash the Reign of Terror in that small town.

Kemp did not keep his promise to maintain secrecy. He had informed Colonel Adye about the presence of the Invisible Man in his house. Seeing the police, Griffin ran out of house calling Kemp a traitor.

A siege was laid in the whole town of Burdock to catch the Invisible Man under the guidance of Dr. The Invisible Man attacked the house of Dr. Kemp as he had realized that Dr. Kemp had betrayed him. Kemp and beaten to death. He also preserved the note books from Dr.

Kemp and the outside world as he hoped that this would fetch him fortune someday. Nevertheless he has no compassion for the cat, for his father or for any of the people he takes advantage of in the course of trying to survive invisibility.

On the contrary, he descends from committing atrocities because they are necessary to his survival to committing them simply because he enjoys doing so. This theme of corruption in the absence of social law has become a motif that is explored in other literary works. Well created his story with very little psychological elaboration or character development.

Other writers, however, have taken the idea much farther; we are thus blessed with novels such as Lord of the Flies, and Heart of Darkness, along with short stories by Poe and Melville. Questions based on the plot, theme and character Q1. Why did the people of Iping turn hostile towards the stranger? Griffin aroused the curiosity of the people of Iping from the very first day.

He did not talk to anyone. He confined himself in the room and talked to none. His bags contained only bottles. His rude and unusual behaviour aroused the curiosity of the people.


Tedd Henfrey who had come to mend the clock was rudely asked to leave. He warned Mr. Hall that the stranger could be a criminal in disguise as he had a suspicious nature. When his bags arrived the dog came and tore off his bandage. He rushed to his room to change followed by Mr.

Hall who offered to help but he was pushed out of the room. Suspicion arose when Dr. Cuss saw his empty sleeve in the place of an arm and the people started disliking him. The Vicar and his wife saw the candlelight in the middle of the night in their room and their money and gold vanished away. When Mr. Hall found his room empty they were attacked by an invisible person and saw the furniture dancing.

This infuriated Mrs. She thought that the stranger was a spirit. Hall brought the police to catch the stranger but the invisible man pushed everybody and escaped. Describe the meeting between Marvel and the Invisible Man. He was sitting alone and trying his boots. Suddenly, a voice talked to him. He answered the voice but when he looked around, he found no one. He thought probably he was drunk, so could not see anyone.

The Invisible Man then started throwing flints at him to show that he was an ordinary man but invisible who needed food, clothing and shelter like any other man. Marvel felt his hand, face, and chest and was convinced. The Invisible Man told Marvel that he had chosen him as he wanted his help and would be rewarded.

He also warned him against betrayal. A terrorized Marvel promised to help. Marvel had to do things according to the wishes of the Invisible Man. As Mr. Huxter chased him, Marvel had to run for his life. The story of the Invisible Man was in the papers.

Marvel tried to tell the mariner about the Invisible Man but was stopped by him. Tired and exhausted, he ran for his life with the books of Griffin and the money that Griffin had stolen. At Burdock, Marvel entered the Jolly Cricketer and hid himself in the kitchen but was pulled out.

A fight ensued between Griffin and the police. Marvel escaped and landed in the police station. The owner of the money stolen by Griffin could not be found, so it remained with Marvel. He is no more a tramp but rich man. He has preserved the note book of Griffin away from the outside world.

He hoped that someday it would fetch him a fortune. He is bundled from head to foot with only the tip of his nose showing. Hall, the owner prepares a supper for him and offers to take his coat and hat, but he refuses to take them off.

When he finally removes the hat, his entire head is swathed in a bandage. Hall thinks he has endured some accident. She tries to get him to talk about himself, but he is taciturn with her, although not particularly rude. Teddy deliberately takes as long as he can with the clock, taking it apart and reassembling it for no reason.

The stranger finally gets him to hurry up and leave. Offended, Teddy talks himself into believing that the stranger is someone of a suspicious nature, perhaps even wanted by the police and is wrapped up to conceal his identity. Teddy runs into Mr. It would seem that the stranger intends to stay awhile. Hall goes home intending to investigate the stranger, but is put off by the short-tempered demeanor of his wife.

Fearenside, the cartman, owns a dog that starts to growl when the stranger comes down the steps to help with the boxes. The dog tears open the trouser leg, whereupon the stranger goes quickly back into the inn and to his room.

Concerned about the possibility of injury, Mr. He gets a glimpse of what seems like a white mottled face before he is shoved by an unseen force back through the door. The stranger soon reappears at the door, his trousers changed, and gives orders for the rest of his luggage. Hall enters later to tend to his needs and catches a quick glimpse of him without his glasses.

His eyes seem hollow; he quickly puts his glasses on. She starts to complain about the straw on the floor, but he tells her to put it on the bill and to knock before entering his rooms. He then works behind the locked door all afternoon.

At one point, Mrs. Later she takes him tea and notes the broken glass and a stain on the floor. Cuss Interviews the Stranger 1. The stranger works diligently in his room until the end of April with only occasional skirmishes with Mrs.

Whenever she disapproves of anything he does, he quiets her with additional payment. He rarely goes out during the day, but goes out nearly every night, muffled up regardless of the weather. His identity becomes a topic of speculation in the town. Another group of people believe he is a piebald and could make a lot of money if he chose to show himself at the fairs.

All agree, however, that due to his habits of secrecy, they dislike him. The curiosity of a general practitioner named Cuss is aroused, and he contrives for an interview. During the interview the stranger accidentally removes his hand from his pocket. Cuss is able to see down the empty sleeve to the elbow.

Cuss leaves in terror and tells his story to Bunting, the vicar. The Burglary and the Vicarage Mrs. She wakes her husband and the two watch and listen as a candle is lit and papers are rustled in the study. When they hear the telltale clink of money, Rev. Bunting rushes into the study with a raised poker, but the room appears to be empty.

Their money disappears and at one point they hear a sneeze in the hallway but are unable to locate or see the intruder. The Furniture that Went Mad 1. The Halls arise very early in the morning on Whit-Monday in order to take care of some private business having something to do with their wine cellar. To Kemp, he reveals his true identity.

Griffin is a former medical student who left medicine to devote himself to optics. He recounts how he invented chemicals capable of rendering bodies invisible, and, on impulse, performed the procedure on himself. Griffin tells Kemp the story of how he became invisible. He explains how he tried the invisibility on a cat, then himself. Griffin burned down the boarding house he was staying in, along with all the equipment he had used to turn invisible, to cover his tracks; but he soon realised that he was ill-equipped to survive in the open.

He attempted to steal food and clothes from a large department store, and eventually stole some clothing from a theatrical supply shop and headed to Iping to attempt to reverse the invisibility. Having been driven somewhat unhinged by the procedure and his experiences, he now imagines that he can make Kemp his secret confederate, describing a plan to begin a "Reign of Terror" by using his invisibility to terrorise the nation.

Kemp has already denounced Griffin to the local authorities and is waiting for help to arrive as he listens to this wild proposal. When the authorities arrive at Kemp's house, Griffin fights his way out and the next day leaves a note announcing that Kemp himself will be the first man to be killed in the "Reign of Terror".

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Kemp, a cool-headed character, tries to organise a plan to use himself as bait to trap the Invisible Man, but a note that he sends is stolen from his servant by Griffin. Griffin shoots and wounds a Scotland Yard Inspector who comes to Kemp's aid, then breaks into Kemp's house. Kemp bolts for the town, where the local citizenry come to his aid. Griffin is cornered, seized and savagely beaten by the enraged mob, with his last words being a desperate cry for mercy. Despite Griffins murderous actions, Kemp urges the mob to stand away and tries to save the life of his assailant, though it is not to be.

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About Panel of Experts. Panel of Experts.Adye is the chief of Police in the town of Port Burdock. He hoped that someday it would fetch him a fortune. Cuss Interviews the Stranger 1. Because several pages were accidentally washed clean during the chase of Griffin by Marvel and since the remaining Griffin's notes are coded in Greek and Latin, Marvel is completely incapable of understanding them.

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Cuss and Mr. Iping has nearly recovered its earlier holiday atmosphere. He also warned him against betrayal. When Marvel attempts to betray the Invisible Man to the police, Griffin chases him to the seaside town of Port Burdock, threatening to kill him.