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What circumstances forced Griffin to a homeless wanderer
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Krishna Dhiman 2 months, 2 weeks ago

His Invisibility: Griffin discovers a way to become invisible, but this newfound ability makes it impossible for him to live a normal life. He can't interact with people without causing fear and confusion, so he becomes isolated.His Experiment: Griffin's invisibility was a result of a scientific experiment gone wrong. He struggles to reverse the process, which adds to his desperation.Lack of Money: Griffin needs money to continue his research and find a way to become visible again. When he runs out of funds, he resorts to theft and other criminal activities, which further alienate him from society.Paranoia and Isolation: Griffin's invisibility makes him increasingly paranoid and unstable. He isolates himself from others, fearing that people will discover his secret.

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