Realism In The Invisible Man

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INTRODUCTION
It is a science fiction novel by H.G. Wells in which he creates the moment of superpower and the incidents which surprised the readers. The invisible Man’s mind as logical point of view because of his habit of thinking new ideas and collect details which makes a character of realistic reactions according to events. It is a science fiction novel by H.G. Wells in which he creates the moment of superpower and the incidents which surprised the readers. It was published in 1897. Before publishing this novel he had invented a classic science fictional concept which based on time travel ‘THE TIME MACHINE’ IN 1895 and the alien invasion ‘THE WAR OF THE WORLD’ in 1898. He had also covered a wide variety of topics whether it was based on political, literary or on romantic interest. In this novel he made a character of a mad scientist which invents new ideas. the invisible man is a dynamic character who was changed by society. He seemed to start out as a quiet man who didn't like to be disturbed. Things that some of the people did made him angry to the point that at the end he was killing
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Corruption is an improbity or decay in the decision-making process in which a decision-maker consents to deviate or demands deviation from the criterion which should rule his or her decision-making, in exchange for a reward or for the promise or expectation of a reward, while these motives influencing his or her decision-making cannot be part of the justification of the decision. He has clearly misused the power in this, called misuse of power. by being invisible he treats ill mannered with the people, and at last is punished. if he would used his power in proper sense then it would not lead him to death. A brilliant scientist uncovers the secret to invisibility but his grandiose dreams and the power he unleashes causes him to spiral into intrigue, madness, and
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