Symbolism in "Invisible Man" by Ralph Ellison
Progress Report #2
“Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison is scattered with symbolism. Especially the first scene, which is widely known as the ‘Battle Royal.’ This is an important section in the novel, for the reader is introduced to the Invisible Man as someone who is not listened to by most, interrupted by many and instructed to know his place at all times.
From the very beginning of the novel the narrator values his education. His education first brings him a calfskin briefcase, when the superintendent rewards him for his success, saying, "Take this prize and keep it well. Consider it a bad…
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