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Marvel later goes to the police and tells them of this "invisible man," then requests to be locked up in a high-security jail. Griffin's furious attempt to avenge his betrayal leads to him being shot. He takes shelter in a nearby house that turns out to belong to Dr.

Kemp, a former acquaintance from medical school. 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.

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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". 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. The Invisible Man's naked, battered body gradually becomes visible as he dies, pitiable in the stillness of death.

A local policeman shouts to have someone cover Griffin's face with a sheet.

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In the epilogue, it is revealed that Marvel has secretly kept Griffin's notes and -with the help of the stolen Money-has now become a successful business owner, running the "Invisible Man Inn". However, when not at work running his inn, Marvel sits in his office trying to decipher the notes in the attempts of one day recreating Griffin's work.

Because several pages were accidently 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. Focusing on the events of one fateful day, the narrator then recalls his college days.

Assigned to chauffeur Mr. Norton, a prominent white visiting trustee, around the campus, the narrator follows Mr. The narrator, however, is expelled from his beloved college for taking Mr. Norton to these places and sent to New York, armed with seven letters from his dean Dr. The letters, he believed, are letters of recommendation, but are in reality letters confirming his expulsion.

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Arriving in New York City, the narrator is amazed by what he perceives to be unlimited freedom for blacks. He is especially intrigued by a black West Indian man later identified as Ras the Exhorter whom he first encounters addressing a group of men and women on the streets of Harlem, urging them to work together to unite their black community.

But the narrator's excitement soon turns to disillusionment as he discovers that the North presents the same barriers to black achievement as the South.

Realizing that he cannot return to college, the narrator accepts a job at a paint factory famous for its optic white paint, unaware that he is one of several blacks hired to replace white workers out on strike. Nearly killed in a factory explosion, the narrator subsequently undergoes a grueling ordeal at the paint factory hospital, where he finds himself the object of a strange experiment by the hospital's white doctors.

Following his release from the hospital, the narrator finds refuge in the home of Mary Rambo, a kind and generous black woman, who feeds him and nurses him back to health.

Although grateful to Mary, whom he acknowledges as his only friend, the narrator — anxious to earn a living and do something with his life — eventually leaves Mary to join the Brotherhood, a political organization that professes to be dedicated to achieving equality for all people. Under the guidance of the Brotherhood and its leader, Brother Jack, the narrator becomes an accomplished speaker and leader of the Harlem District.

He also has an abortive liaison with Sybil, a sexually frustrated white woman who sees him as the embodiment of the stereotypical black man endowed with extraordinary sexual prowess. But after the tragic death of his friend Tod Clifton, a charismatic young black "Brother" who is shot by a white policeman, the narrator becomes disillusioned with the disparity between what the organization preaches and what its leaders practice.

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As a result, he decides to leave the Brotherhood, headquartered in an affluent section of Manhattan, and returns to Harlem where he is confronted by Ras the Exhorter now Ras the Destroyer who accuses him of betraying the black community. To escape the wrath of Ras and his men, the narrator disguises himself by donning a hat and dark glasses.While talking to the stranger, he introduces himself as a local doctor who works for the welfare of the people.

Kemp decides that he himself will be the bait and that Griffin will be caught because he will have gone too far. A few minutes later, he sees that the bolts on the front door of the house are unlocked although he remembers shutting them on the previous night. In the Emporium Griffin explains his first attempts to get clothing and render his situation more tolerable.

He thus looks like a person with a missing head. In the second book of the Republic, Glaucon recounts the legend of the Ring of Gyges , which posits that, if a man were made invisible and could act with impunity, he would "go about among men with the powers of a god.

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