what sets Dr. kemp apart? bring out his qualities that make him different the others?
Dr. Kemp was a scientist who lived in Burdock. He was a man of tall stature with light hair and moustache. He had been working on earning a fellowship at the Royal Society with his research. Griffin the invisible man sees a kindred spirit in Dr. Kemp since both of them are from similar academic backgrounds. But nothing could be farther from the truth. Griffin is a heartless criminal who is determined to terrorise humankind and Dr. Kemp is a righteous man of science who would never misuse his knowledge for any detrimental purposes. Griffin tells him his story and tries to entice Kemp by asking him to join forces with him. He believes that their combined intelligence would help Griffin brings his goals to fruition. Dr. Kemp does not fall for any of Griffin’s tactics and has already alerted the police about him. The police engage in a fight with Griffin eventually overpowering and killing him. Thus Dr. Kemp was indirectly responsible for bringing an end to the titular character of the novel, The Invisible Man. Thus Griffin is a honorable man of science who would never get swayed by greed or by feat. He is a righteous, intelligent and a practical man. These qualities set him apart from everyone else.
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