What is the theme of the invisible man??

Posted by Tejasv Jain (May 19, 2017 10:12 p.m.) (Question ID: 5385)

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  • Ans. The Invisible man presented by H.G Wells is a science fiction, carries the illusion of scientific revolution. where, we see " How a man with persistent efforts is able to bring our the desirable results but the same could be a disaster as well, if taken in use for the humanity.

    Griffin as an eccentric scientist is the one who, with his keen interest in the subject makes it possible to bring the human body invisible which he later applied on himself in the desire of power. his lust for his dream, made him pursue what he did not even think of doing in his entire life. when things went our of his hand. he took an evil path to fulfil what he desires. he became a threat for the society. Because of the criticism received by others on his extra ordinary efforts. He was so much raged that he decided to take t he revenge from all those who were a part of it.

    But still we should not forget that nothing is much powerful than the wish of almighty. he desired for the terror among the other for him but he met a fatal end. the curtain of his life fell. An extra ordinary genius died because of his greed of coming in power and becoming a terror

    Answered by Naveen Sharma (May 20, 2017 9:07 a.m.)
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