This is the story of a young black man who, as a child, started living his life in humility as his dying grandfather stressed was necessary, but was a rebel inside. He won a scholarship to the state college for Negroes and enjoyed his first three years there. However, he was tricked into going to Harlem for a job the next summer and found out after many adventures that it was to get him out of the school. There he learned a different life and had to protect himself from almost everyone. His rebel inside, though, caused him to become a spokesman for those with so many problems. He learned the importance of diversity as a major issue of life and how it helped him be an invisible man in a large world.
27. February 2013 · Comments Off · Categories: Fiction, Janet · Tags: black author
The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison, read by Janet Bowles, on 02/23/2013