Vol. 5, Issue 7 (2018)
Wells is an imperative product of his age. He believed that the key to mankind’s long-term survival were education and a disciplined application of science to matters that benefited everyone. The invisible man (1897) the Faustian story of a scientist named Griffin who tempered with nature in pursuit of super human power. Here wells makes us understand the truth that when a person gains super power, how he can misuse his power and that the aim of science is to benefit mankind and not an individual selfish interest.
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