A fever dream of a classic. Invisible Man, though fiction, addresses race in a very real and evergreen way.
Invisible Man follows the trials and tribulations of an unnamed protagonist. He’s a Black man ousted from his Southern HBCU campus to the streets of Harlem, New York. It opens in his present adulthood living in a basement filled with lightbulbs before flashing heavily back to his adolescence and young adulthood, searching for his identity.Continue reading ““Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison : Book Review”