Invisible Man

What advantages did Griffin see in becoming invisible?

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Griffin is an over the top character. He does bad things that the reader may think about doing but never would do. Griffin is also an albino; he feels invisible because the  world largely disregards him. Griffin's invisibility gives him a sense of power over people who doubted or refused to notice him.