Invisible Man

describe the dramatic entry of the stranger at coach and horses and his strange behaviour.

novel by hg wells

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The stranger was bundled from head to toe and only the tip of his nose could be seen. He was also weighed down by the heavy snow that had fallen on his shoulders, chest, and case. Upon entering the "Coach and Horses," he shouted for a fire.

"A fire," he cried, "In the name of human charity! A room and a fire."

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The Invisible Man by Herbert G. Wells