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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Date Invisible Man Reflection Introduction In the novel, Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison addresses the sufferings and hardships that the African Americans faced in the United States. The narrator refers to himself as being invisible yet it is he that is oblivious to what is going on in certain situations. This section will be a reflection on the book and the feelings I learnt about myself from the book. The narrator is sent on a leave of absence from school on claims that he wronged when he showed Mr. Norton the dark side of the lives of the Black Americans. He believes that he was sent away only because he messed things up with Mr. Norton without realizing that it was never Dr.Bledsoe’s intention to enroll him back into the school. However, he soon realizes that he was not expelled because of messing things up with Mr. Norton but because of the racial inequality. This realization makes the narrator apprehensive of the intentions of the White people. This scene made me realize that sometimes racial discrimination happens to us but we fail to recognize it and assume that it is a normal occurrence. When I received a college scholarship it was titled a scholarship for the underprivileged. At the time, I was too excited to get a

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