Invisible Man - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator returns to the district office to find committee members, including Brother Tobitt and Brother Jack, waiting for him. The narrator faces them in the same way that he faces his grandfather in his dreams. The men ask about the funeral and immediately begin verbally attacking the narrator and questioning the success of the funeral. Brother Jack harasses the narrator for using the words personal responsibility to explain his actions. The narrator is accused of glorifying Clifton, who in their opinion was a traitor for his selling of what they call anti-Negro dolls. The narrator tries to defend Clifton by bringing up the circumstances of his death. The group tries to accuse the narrator of lecturing them about the condition of African Americans, and the narrator mocks Brother Tobitt for his comments about being married to a black girl. Brother Jack tells the narrator that he...

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