Invisible Man - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator finds himself sitting in a room with a doctor looking at him through a lens. The narrator is given medicine and discovers he is wearing white overalls. Someone asks the narrator what his name is, but he is unable to answer. The narrator is very unaware of what is happening, but gradually determines that he is in a hospital and he is undergoing some sort of electro-shock therapy. The narrator begins having memories of childhood songs again. Two doctors begin asking the narrator how he feels and he responds that he is too cramped in the contraption into which they have him strapped. The doctors continue having a conversation that suggests the narrator's treatment is supposed to be the non-surgical equivalent of a prefrontal lobotomy. The doctors discuss the change in personality the narrator will have and one of the men asks about the possibility...

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