Invisible Man - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator describes "yessing" the Brotherhood starting the next day and describes it as working perfectly because the community is falling apart. The narrator does not like the violence happening in Harlem, but he moves on with his plan regardless. The narrator reports to headquarters that things are settling down and is determined to present a positive image of Harlem no matter what. The narrator questions whether the Brotherhood believes in its own illusion that is now creating a second one. The narrator attends the birthday party at the Chthonian and realizes that he needs to find someone other than Emma to choose, for, as Jack's mistress, she is too knowledgeable of intrigue to use. The narrator's second choice is a woman named Sybil who is usually drunk and very unhappy with her husband. The narrator plans to meet with her the following evening at...

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