A Spectrum Unseen: Invisible Men, Women, and Creatures in Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy
Chad Arment, editor
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Invisibility in Sci-Fi/Fantasy
16 stories are collected that explore the scope of invisibility in classic science fiction and fantasy.
Stories range from the humorous to the horrific, with explanations for invisibility ranging from a variety of scientific miracles to natural enigmas.
The Ring of Gyges (300 BC) from Plato's Republic
What Was It? A Mystery (1859) Fitz-James O'Brien
Manmat’ha (1876) Charles DeKay
The Crystal Man (1881) Edward Page Mitchell
The Horla (1887) Guy de Maupassant
My Invisible Friend (1897) Katharine Kip
The Invisible Man (1897) H. G. Wells
The Damned Thing (1898) Ambrose Bierce
A Human Chameleon (1900) Newton Newkirk
My Crank Client (1900) Warren B. Hutchinson
The Whereabouts of Mr. Moses Bailey (1901) James B. Nevin
The Gift of Fernseed (1902) Sir Harry Perry Robinson
The Shadow and the Flash (1903) Jack London
The Face of Air (1912) George L. Knapp
From the Darkness and the Depths (1913) Morgan Robertson
Sister Hannah (1926) Charles Loring Jackson
Speculative Fiction (Science Fiction, Fantasy, Cryptofiction)
Beyond the Great South Wall | Time Travel Stories | Killer Plant Stories | Sign of the Spider | Egyptian SciFi/Fantasy | PYM |