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Dr. Kemp was a very humble man with full of principles and responsibilities. He was very responsible for each man and women. He helped each individual whenever they need. He too risks his life in order to save his countrymen from the terror of Griffin. He was very confident in his work as a scientist and was a good observer in his field. He learned about the invisible man with the help of a few traces in his house. He patiently listens to the complete story of the invisible man and he promised that he will help him as much as he can. After going through the reports of the invisible man he informed the police and get him arrested. This shows how much he was dedicated to the safety of all the men and women without concern about his safety. He was very determined towards his job. He was very social and works for humanity. He was the real hero of the novel.
Griffin, on the other hand, was very selfish. He was a very peaceful man but he has many challenges to face in his life. He was very talented and keeps on experimenting about making things invisible. He was doing medical research on how to make blood pure. He got success in his research and started using the power to harm others. He troubled Kemp a lot with his power and was an antagonist of the novel.
Yes, I consider Marvel to be a smart turncoat. This is because he played smartly his act throughout the story. He joins the Griffins in his plan just to save others from the terror of Griffin. He was with Griffin but not by choice. He never wanted to do what Griffin said but was forced to do what all he said. He wanted to know his plan so that he can stop harming others. Although he was afraid that Griffin could hurt him still he risked his life to save others from his terror and evil plan.
Although he listens to what all Griffin said at the same time he was planning to escape from his plans. He stolen books and money and took a smart move and ran away. He does not inform anyone about the books but he opened them at night and tried to learn how to make an invisible man visible. Thus, in the whole novel, he played a smart role and a smart turncoat.
When Molly Farren took the last dose of opium and then falls in the snow. She was unconscious. The child from her hand slips and got down to the snow. It was then discovered a bright light that was coming across the night. It was from the open door of the cottage. In that cottage, Silas was standing unconsciously in his fits.
Someone has told Silas that this new-year can bring her good luck. So he was watching the new-year and waiting to get his money back. So, he was constantly watching outside the door to get some sign of the gold. And for a moment as when the blur images of the heaps of gold coins got flashed in front of his eyes he thought that his gold had come back.
When he tried touching them he found the golden hair of the child that was sleeping. He further thought of keeping the child, because according to him the child has come to him as fate and as a symbol of gold. He thought that destiny has brought both of them together and then she developed a strong affinity with the child as they both were in the same boat i.e. they both were alone.
Poetic justice is being served in the novel Silas Marner. According to the poet, the person or one who does wrong are punished today or tomorrow for their wrongdoings. At the same time, one who keeps the faith and has patience are rewarded some day or the other. It is said that what you had done will come back to you either today or tomorrow. SO, the culprits are punished and the honest are rewarded.
In this poet, Dunstan died one day and le left behind the gold and thereafter that gold came lawfully back to Silas. Nancy and Godfrey got married but they don’t have any child. Also, when Silas found the joy of his life, he felt complete and felt blessed. Eppie filled her life with full of joy, love, and kindness. Later, when Godfrey tried to adopt Eppie, Eppie refused and started calling Silas as her father.
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