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Invisible Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

The narrator decides to drive to the Golden Day, a bar that is visited by the veterans. On his way, the narrator sees a line of the veterans walking towards the Golden Day. One vet believes he is a drum major and stands in the road so the narrator cannot get by. The narrator tells the vet he has General Pershing in the car, and this tricks the vet into getting out of the way. The narrator plans on going into the bar and leaving Mr. Norton in the car.

When the narrator gets to the bar, it is already full of vets, and when he walks in the door, someone tells him it will be the end of the world at five thirty. The narrator orders a whiskey, but the bartender will not let him walk out the door with it, and tells him to bring...

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