Invisible Man

what does The Invisible Man fear the most?

what evidence you can use from the story to come to this conclusion?

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..... getting caught.

"Lying on the ground, I felt scared out of my wits. But—odd as it may seem—it did not occur to me at the moment to take off my clothes as I should have done. I had made up my mind, I suppose, to get away in them, and that ruled me. And then down the vista of the counters came a bawling of 'Here he is!'


The Invisible Man

This category is designated for questions on Ellison's, Invisible Man. Does your question refer to Ellison's novel? Or possibly, The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells?

The Invisible man by H.G. Wells