"The invisible man" by Ralph Ellison.
Racism in an imperfect culture reveals the intensity that drives the novel Invisible
Man, written by Ralph Ellison. From the harsh words of his fellow peers, the voice of the
'invisible man' comes out. The narrator remains a voice and never emerges as an external
and quantifiable presence. This obscurity emphasizes his status as an "invisible man."
He always tries to be someone he is not or copy the correct identity of a person. Ralph
Ellison exposes the protagonist's arrogance in the beginning of the novel, his sarcasm in
the middle, and his acceptance in the end to create the negat…
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