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Characters in the Invisible Man

Summary: Analyzes the Ralph Ellison novel, The Invisible Man. Explores the novel's major characters. Describes how characters in the novel are there to affect the narrator, his life, and his perception of the world and of society.
Social groups, with all of their inequities, are represented by characters in the novel. They are explained and developed as the society, growing or otherwise living with their situation. The characters that Ellison has presented in The Invisible Man are described by the narrator, invisible in himself but at the same time growing and becoming self-actualized. The narrator is the character in the story who is always present and whose life the reader most discovers through the narration. The other characters in the novel are there to affect the narrator, his life, and his perception of the world and of society. The other characters in the novel often are helped in their development by the actions of the narrator. This helps to contribute to how round the characters are in this novel, knowing themselves and their role and the actions of society through the actions...

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