Differentiated book• It has a historical context with research of the time-Regarding the content of this novel by H.G. Wells, one could basically say that the invisible Man begins with the arrival of a strange stranger to the decayed Iping, people of England who will not be the same since then. In this way, attracting everyone's attention, and creating intrigue in its path, Griffin arrives dressed in gloves, a wide lapel raincoat, a mask, a hat and glasses, and stays at The Coach and Horse inn, where he locks himself in his room, having almost no contact with the outside world, dedicating himself to work with his experiments. While the entire town speculates on the origin and identity of the strange visitor, its inhabitants begin to be subject to strange robberies, however, no one has been able to see the perpetrator. Believing that the strange stranger has something to do with the sudden losses, the pension owners decide to face him, and ask him directly.Consequently, they enter Griffin's room, but cannot find it. However, they run into a strange scene: all man's clothes are lying on the floor. Suddenly, a chair seems to come alive, and stands against them, filling them with panic, and causing them to flee the room: it has been Griffin, who through an experiment with the refractive index of light has managed to become invisible. However, the inability to return to his usual state, has made him flee, and lock himself to discover how to achieve it.