To See the Invisible, Emily Howard

‘And then they found me guilty, and then they pronounced me invisible, for a span of one year’ Robert Silverberg, To See the Invisible Man Condemned for a ‘crime of coldness’ by an authoritarian regime, The Invisible is cast adrift from society. All human interaction is outlawed. This life of isolation leads to strange, vicarious thrills…

To See the Invisible, Emily Howard

‘And then they found me guilty, and then they pronounced me invisible, for a span of one year’ Robert Silverberg, To See the Invisible Man Condemned for a ‘crime of coldness’ by an authoritarian regime, The Invisible is cast adrift from society. All human interaction is outlawed. This life of isolation leads to strange, vicarious thrills…

To See the Invisible, Emily Howard

‘And then they found me guilty, and then they pronounced me invisible, for a span of one year’ Robert Silverberg, To See the Invisible Man Condemned for a ‘crime of coldness’ by an authoritarian regime, The Invisible is cast adrift from society. All human interaction is outlawed. This life of isolation leads to strange, vicarious…