Invisible Man - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

As the narrator drives Mr. Norton back to campus, he is very afraid of what the consequences of the day may be. He comments that that he is in danger of losing the only identity he had ever known. The narrator wants to apologize to Mr. Norton and tell him that he hates the kind of people they had seen that day. The narrator leaves Mr. Norton in his room and is directed to bring Dr. Bledsoe, the college's president, and a doctor to Norton. When the narrator apologizes to Mr. Norton, he says nothing in return.

The narrator arrives at Dr. Bledsoe's office and describes him as having a round face with a bucket shaped head. The narrator says Bledsoe had always been kind to him and that the president was an example of the power and authority he dreams of attaining. Dr. Bledsoe is very...

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