Invisible Man

The strange man's arrival

describe the day in which the stranger makes a dramatic entry into the "coach and Horses".



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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."


how does the witer use language to describe strenger man is behaviour?


Invisble man/ the stranger mans arrival.