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Invisible Man

Summary: The Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison, is one of those types of books. Invisible man`s content includes violence, racial discrimination, sexual material, and vulgar language. This content was grounds for banning the book in the U.S.
To Ban or not to Ban"

There have been many books in the history of man. Some have been excellent, some have been horrible, and some have been inappropriate. In response to some books' obscene material, the books have been banned from schools and other institutions. A controversial book named Invisible man, by Ralph Ellison, is one of those types of books. Invisible man`s content includes violence, racial discrimination, sexual material, and vulgar language. This content was grounds for banning the book in the U.S.

Ralph Ellison was a great American author, one of the most influential black American writers of the 1900's. Ralph Waldo Ellison was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and became well learned at Tuskegee Institute. His best-known book, Invisible Man, reveals the truth that American society willfully ignores African Americans. The novel is the about an unnamed young black man's journey that...

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