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Invisible Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

The narrator receives an unsigned letter of warning telling him to slow down so that he can continue helping colored people otherwise he will be cut down. Wondering whom the letter is from, the narrator calls Brother Tarp into the room. The narrator recognizes his grandfather's eyes in Tarp's face briefly, and then questions where the letter comes from. The two men talk about whether the narrator has any enemies with the other brothers, and Tarp says that there are not any he knows of. The discussion turns to a campaign that the members were initially against that shows a poster of a group of different races together depicting the past, present, and future. The organization eventually came to be proud of the campaign.

Brother Tarp tells the narrator about nineteen years of his life on a chain gang, and explains that his limp cannot be explained...

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