Treatment of the Race-Consciousness in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man

  •  Munther Mohd. Habib    


Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man portrays the plight of 'blacks' in America and is a testimony to the fact that the negroes feel disillusioned in a world which is dominated by the white oppressors. Moreover, it is my assertion in the paper that the journey of the un-named hero is a journey from innocence to awareness. The protagonist at the end comes to realize the duplicity of the whites and through his experiences has been successful to convey his individuality.

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