Living A Lie
In the novel, Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison, a character known as the narrator goes through an eye-opening experience where he allows society to destroy his identity. The narrator describes himself as an invisible man living in a displaced world where people do not notice him. He becomes lost within the racial conformities of time affecting his transition to manhood. It forces him to live a life as a lie in a
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judges those, who judge themselves for mere satisfaction of achievement. He tries to create a man to live in a world full of disillusionment, thus, creating a man that lives a lie with dishonesty, insecurity, and false identity. In the end, the narrator reverts to the person he's always been and accepts the fact that people judge life by the way they live. And not by the way most of us want it to be.