How did the invisible man first become visible?
Why was he wandering the streets?
Why does Mrs Hall find the scientist eccentric?
What curious episode occurs in the study?
What other extraordinary things happen at the inn?
"Griffin was rather a lawless person." Comment.
How would you assess Griffin as a scientist?
Would you like to become invisible? What advantages and disadvantages do you foresee, if you did?
Are there forces around us that are invisible, for example, magnetism? Are there aspects of matter that are 'invisible' or not visible to the naked ever 'What would the world be like if you could see such forces or such aspects of matter?
What makes glass or water transparent (what is the scientific explanation for this)? Do you think it would be scientifically possible for a man to become invisible, or transparent? (Keep in mind that writers of science fiction have often turned out to be prophetic in their imagination!)