Invisible Man - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator is watching people leave the chapel when he sees Dr. Bledsoe's Cadillac. However, the narrator is too afraid to see Bledsoe immediately and instead keeps thinking about what he will say to him. Finally, the narrator goes to see Bledsoe, and the discussion turns to Bledsoe saying he knows that Mr. Norton was at the Golden Day. Dr. Bledsoe begins grilling the narrator about how he could take Mr. Norton where he did. The narrator says Mr. Norton ordered him, and Dr. Bledsoe responds with asking the narrator if he has forgotten how to lie as a black living in the South. Dr. Bledsoe believes someone suggested to the narrator to take Norton on the trip he did and then he calls the narrator a nigger.

At this point, the narrator is shocked by what Dr. Bledsoe has called him. Bledsoe wants to know who...

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