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Comedians of the South Asian diaspora in Canada - video of comedian Prithi Phule performing in Toronto. External links References Category:1962 births Category:Bollywood playback singers Category:Indian female film singers Category:Bengali film singers Category:Living people Category:Singers from Kolkata Category:Singers from Mumbai Category:Bengali playback singers Category:20th-century Indian singers Category:Women musicians from Maharashtra Category:20th-century Indian women singersPhoto: Michael Rubenstein/Corbis Since H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man was released in 1897, the notion of a man with invisible skin has been a staple of science fiction. There’s a reason why. It sounds like a wonderful party trick: the ability to vanish, to seem to shed your corporeal skin, even as it remains there. It’s an idea that fascinates us. We’ve wanted to be invisible ever since we started worrying about our appearance. Invisibility, for Wells, is the ultimate paradox. You can’t be invisible if you’re still visible; you can’t be invisible if you can see yourself. This sense of vulnerability and exposure is an uneasy one for the human psyche. It’s the flip side of the very idea of being a person, which means being visible to others, and being known to ourselves. What if we never knew what we looked like? What if we’re not sure? What if we could vanish? Partly, there is something appealing about the idea of stepping out of your skin and into something else, into a new body — or to borrow a bit of language from Terry Pratchett, your own “unwind body.” There are benefits to being invisible. As in The Invisible Man, you can go about your daily activities without anyone noticing you. You can wander the streets, perhaps without anyone asking you your name. You can spend the night in a hotel room without anyone being the wiser. You can sneak past the guards on a train or a bus or even the mousetraps in your own house. You can be invisible. But there are disadvantages, too. You can’t return to your body, nor can anyone else see you. You’re not even sure who you are. Do you have a family? Do be359ba680


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