Interprets Invisible Man through three frames: Rinehart, a character who never actually appears in the novel, is regarded as the epitome of the role-player. Contains biographical information about the author, a bibliography, and key references on Ellison and Invisible Man.
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Includes an Ellison lecture. University of Illinois Press, When the narrator is mistaken for Rinehart, he realizes that ultimately he too will have to play many roles--that he has, in fact, already played many roles, from black college student to mental patient to revolutionary and counter-revolutionary.
In addition to being steeped in the themes of American identity that appear in the work of so many authors from Herman Melville to William Faulkner, Ellison also makes splendid use of his musical training by blending jazz lyrics and improvisational motifs that are characteristic of a specifically black culture.
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Twentieth century interpretations of Invisible man: a collection of critical essays. [John Matthew Reilly;]. Invisible Man - Essay A collection of critical essays on Invisible Man written by a variety of scholars.
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