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How did the invisible man first become visible?
The invisible man became visible when he entered a big London store for warmth. There he became fully dressed and so he became visible. He broke open boxes and wrappers and fitted himself with warm clothes. He wore shoes, overcoat and wide brimmed.Though his visibility lasted for a very short timeas he was seen by the assistants in the store.
Why was he wandering the streets?
Why does Mrs. Hall find the scientist eccentric?
What curious episode occurs in the study?
What other extra ordinary things happen at the inn?
“Griffin was rather a lawless person’. Comment.
How would assess griffin as a scientist?
As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh footmark appeared from nowhere! Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the steps and progressing down the street. a. Who are 'they' in the above extract? b. Who is making these footprints? c. How did the boys feel?
The air was bitterly cold and he could not do without clothes. Instead of walking about the streets he decided to slip into a big London store for warmth. a. Who is 'he' in the above extract? b. Why was the air bitterly cold? c. Could he get the relief in the store that he wanted?
They naturally gave chase. In the end he was able to escape only by quickly taking off his newly found clothes. So once more he found himself invisible but naked in the chill January air. a. Who are 'they' and 'he' referred to in the above extract? b. Why has the author used the phrase 'once more'? c. Find a word from the extract that means the same as 'run away'.
Suspicion grew even stronger when he suddenly produced some ready cash, though he had admitted not long before that he had no money. a. Who is 'he' in the above extract? b. What was 'he' suspected for? c. What did they decide?
A stranger of such uncommon appearance set all tongues wagging. a. Who is the stranger referred to in the above extract? b. Why was the appearance of the stranger 'uncommon? c. Find the phrase in the extract that means the same as 'started people gossiping'.
Why were the two boys in London surprised and fascinated?
Why did Griffin decide to slip into a big London store?
What did Griffin do in the shop of a theatrical company?
How did Griffin find himself invisible but naked in the chill January air for the second time?
What did the Halls see in the scientist's room?
How did the visible man become invisible? What did he do then?
What happened to Jaffers when he tried to catch the invisible scientist?
Which remarkable sight met the eyes of the two boys? What was the explanation?
One must be a law abiding citizen of the country. Griffin lacked this value in his character. How did it make him an undesirable person?
Why did Mrs Hall feel that something was seriously wrong with the scientist who was staying at her inn?

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