Invisibility Of The Invisible Man
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Invisibility of the Invisible Man
Living in the city, one sees many homeless people. After a while, each person loses any individuality and only becomes “another homeless person.” Without a name or source of identification, every person would look the same. Ignoring that man sitting on the sidewalk and acting as if we had not seen him is the same as pretending that he did not exist. “Invisibility” is what the main character/narrator of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man called it when others would not recognize or acknowledge him as a person.
The narrator describes his invisibility by saying, “I am invisible … simply because people refuse to see me.” Throughout the Prologue, the narrator likens his invisibility to such things as “the bodiless heads you see sometimes in circus sideshows.” He later explains that he is “neither dead nor in a state of suspended animation,” but rather is “in a state of hibernation” (Ellison 6)....
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