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THE INVISIBLE MAN
LESSON 3
BY PRATYUSH
Herbert George
Wells
(1866-
1946)
Herbert George Wells was born in 1866 in
Bromley, England into a family where there was
...
MAIN EVENTS OF CHAPTER 3
 Soon the stranger luggage arrived
 Luggage consisted of trunks , a box of big and fat books, c...
 The stranger rushed into the inn and into his room to reshape himself in a solid appearance as he
looked hollow.
 Mr . ...
 The stranger rushed into the inn and into his room to reshape himself in a solid appearance as he
looked hollow.
 Mr . ...
 The stranger soon reappeared with the changed trouser and ordered to bring rest of the luggage to his
room.
 The strang...
 When Mrs. Hall took his dinner to him , he was busy in his
work, pouring little drops out of the bottles into test tube....
GLOSSARY
 Thaw a period of warm
weather.
 Slush watery mud.
 Sniffing investigating.
 Dilettante carelessly.
 Bristle...
 Rip tear.
 Yelping crying sharply.
 Dismay wonder.
 Pansy a plant in rich colour.
 Rapid quick.
 Indecipherable not...
 Fatuities silly and pointless.
 Cauterised burnt.
 Chiffonnier low cupboard.
 Hollow empty.
 Exasperation irritation...
 Athwart from side to side .
 Hobnails heavy headed nails.
 Soliloquy speaking to oneself.
 Crepitation cracking sound...
QUESTIONS
 The room looked like a shop of chemist.
How?
 What made the stranger so aggressive?
 Why did the dog pounced...
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  1. 1. THE INVISIBLE MAN LESSON 3 BY PRATYUSH
  2. 2. Herbert George Wells (1866- 1946) Herbert George Wells was born in 1866 in Bromley, England into a family where there was little money to spare; his father ran a small shop and played cricket professionally and his mother worked as a housekeeper. The family’s financial situation meant that Wells had to work from the age of fourteen to support himself through education. His success at school won him a free place to study at a college of science in London, after which he became a science teacher. His poor health made life difficult, though, and he struggled to keep his full-time job while trying to write in his spare time.
  3. 3. MAIN EVENTS OF CHAPTER 3  Soon the stranger luggage arrived  Luggage consisted of trunks , a box of big and fat books, crates, boxes and cases containing object packed in straw and glass bottels.  The cart of the delivery man, Fearenside, was filled to capacity.  Fearenside owned a dog who growled savagely and jumped and gripped the stranger’s leg and also ripped off his trouser.  Fearenside used his whip to control the dog .
  4. 4.  The stranger rushed into the inn and into his room to reshape himself in a solid appearance as he looked hollow.  Mr . Hall rushed to the stranger’s room to know if he had been bitten and needed some help  Mr . Hall saw a bizzare thing .  He was struck violently and pushed back.  All this was done so that he could see nothing clearly.  Mr. hall was amazed and confused.
  5. 5.  The stranger rushed into the inn and into his room to reshape himself in a solid appearance as he looked hollow.  Mr . Hall rushed to the stranger’s room to know if he had been bitten and needed some help  Mr . Hall saw a bizzare thing .  He was struck violently and pushed back.  All this was done so that he could see nothing clearly.  Mr. hall was amazed and confused.
  6. 6.  The stranger soon reappeared with the changed trouser and ordered to bring rest of the luggage to his room.  The stranger unlocked the crates very eagerly scattering the straw carelessly on the carpet.  There came out bottles of different sizes and shapes containing powders,coloured and white fluids, bottles labelled poison , wine bottles,salad oils bottles and so on.  He put them in a row wherever he found space.  The room looked as chemist’s shop . Then came out many test tubes and carefully packed balance from the boxes .
  7. 7.  When Mrs. Hall took his dinner to him , he was busy in his work, pouring little drops out of the bottles into test tube.  Mrs. Hall saw him without his glasses and she felt that his eye sockets were extraordinarily hollow .  He asked her that she should not enter without knocking.  He assured her that he would pay for any damage done to the room and other accessories.  People gossiped about the stranger.  Fearenside, the cab driver said that the man must be a ’piebald’, all black and white in patches
  8. 8. GLOSSARY  Thaw a period of warm weather.  Slush watery mud.  Sniffing investigating.  Dilettante carelessly.  Bristle react angrily.  Growl make low sound.  Flanking side.
  9. 9.  Rip tear.  Yelping crying sharply.  Dismay wonder.  Pansy a plant in rich colour.  Rapid quick.  Indecipherable not able to read.  Concussion confusion due to blow.
  10. 10.  Fatuities silly and pointless.  Cauterised burnt.  Chiffonnier low cupboard.  Hollow empty.  Exasperation irritation.  Resolute firm.  Pacing moving .
  11. 11.  Athwart from side to side .  Hobnails heavy headed nails.  Soliloquy speaking to oneself.  Crepitation cracking sound.  Piebald having irregular patches of two colour.
  12. 12. QUESTIONS  The room looked like a shop of chemist. How?  What made the stranger so aggressive?  Why did the dog pounced on the stranger?  What made the stranger to come out to help the stranger?  What incident made the stranger more alert and people suspicious of his identity?  Why did the stranger look insensitive?

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