Inivisble Man Analysis

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I agree with Irving Howe, that the Invisible Man is a novel based on the journey and experiences of an unnamed Negro man during contemporary America, and he is in search of success, companionship, and himself. Howe says that, “The beginning is a nightmare,” because it begins with a black timid boy who is awarded a scholarship and sent to the South and invited to a ballroom with other black boys and they observe and …

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…time, and also since he was black, he knew how to write a novel based on the Negro lifestyle during this period. Therefore, I must agree with how, that this is not your basic novel, instead Invisible Man is a Negro novel, written about Negro life, talk, and music, and to “deny that it is a Negro novel is to deprive the Negroes of their one basic right, the right to cry out the difference.”