What is the meaning of "Like a Lobster" in the following chapter of "The invisible man"?
http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/120/the-invisible-man/2071/chapter-2/> "Good-afternoon," said the stranger, regarding him, as Mr. Henfrey> says, with a vivid sense of the dark spectacles, "like a lobster."
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It's an expression meaning "very intently" because lobsters have eyes that pop out and appear to look at things deeply or intensely.
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