Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Answer from an invisible man

The invisible man seems to lack freedom throughout the book. He is constantly searching for a place to belong in which he gets continually rejected. Only once he falls in the more-than-physical hole, is he able to find his own freedom in independence. Here he must burn his burdens weighed down by others that try to define him like his high school diploma, Clifton’s doll, and the Brotherhood. 

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