Invisible Man - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator finds himself dwelling on old problems and eventually runs out into the streets feeling feverish. The narrator comes across a man selling yams and he purchases one feeling nostalgic for home. While eating the yams, the narrator experiences a sense of euphoria and imagines himself accusing Dr. Bledsoe of eating hog bowels and exposing him to white people who would no longer support his cause. The narrator describes a sense of freedom in being able to indulge in what he likes, and wonders how much he has lost by only doing what is expected of him.

The narrator walks down the street, sees an elderly black couple being evicted and feels a sense of foreboding. The couple's possessions are being thrown out into the street, and a crowd is gathered watching it happen. Many people are outraged and want to stop the event from happening...

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