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sketch the characteristic of Dr. kemp from the novel invisible man.

Asked by shreehari wadawadagi 23rd February 2015, 4:50 PM
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Dr. Kemp

Dr. Kemp is a scientist who is a former acquaintance of Griffin. He is interested in the bizarre and eerie side of science. He hopes to be admitted one day into The Royal Society. And in this pursuit, he keeps studying science relentlessly. He has a scientific bent of mind and listens to Griffin’s story with a lot of interest. Unlike the locals, Dr. Kemp is a calm and composed person. He turns down Griffin’s request to join him in his evil endeavours since he is sick of his cruelty. He believes that Griffin is insane and homicidal. Dr. Kemp is instrumental in leading the police to Griffin and killing him.

Answered by Expert 23rd February 2015, 5:06 PM
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