Invisible Man - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

The narrator climbs onto a bus and finds that the only other passengers are the veteran doctor from the Golden Day and his attendant. The narrator is not happy seeing the vet since he has been trying to forget about the recent events. The vet asks the narrator about Mr. Norton and begins telling him about the freedom he will be looking for when he heads north to New York. The vet predicts that the narrator will use a white woman, the most accessible symbol of freedom, to attain his own sense of freedom.

The vet tells the narrator that he is being transferred to Washington D.C. and suggests that it was also done because of recent events. The vet warns the narrator to play the game, but not to believe in it. The vet continues talking about white people controlling things, and his attendant grows...

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