Invisibility Of The Invisible Man

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In this particular case, the narrator's identity is derived from Brockway's perception of him (the narrator) being a threat. A person's identity is never the same, in comparison to the many people that view that person. This is something that the narrator recognizes but does not fully understand...
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While at the University, the narrator was only a petty "black educated fool" in the eyes of Dr. Bledsoe. At the same time, Mr. Norton (a white trustee of the university) saw the narrator as being an object, who along with his "people, were somehow closely connected with [his (Mr...
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