Invisible Man - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Upon returning to Mary's home, the narrator smells cabbage and realizes that she is short on money, which is partly due to his inability to pay rent. The narrator begins feeling guilty for having turned down a possible job while living on Mary's charity. The narrator goes into the apartment for a short while and decides to call the number he was given by the white man in the previous chapter. After making the phone call, the narrator is annoyed by the man's abruptness and lack of surprise over the phone. The narrator is given an address to meet the man, who we now know as Brother Jack. When the narrator arrives at the address, he is picked up in a car containing Jack and several other men. The narrator learns that the car is headed to a party.

During the ride, the narrator is wondering about...

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