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Invisible Man is a milestone in American literature, a book that has continued to engage readers since its appearance in 1952.
Literary Themes: Race and Prejudice
Works included represent a wide range of circumstances in which individuals experience prejudice in American, British and world literature. The discussion goes well beyond race, religion, and gender into ethnicity, social status, mental and physical health, and personal beliefs and behaviors.
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Ellison Reference Guide
A Reference Guide to Invisible Man
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Provides an in-depth critical introduction to the short stories of Robert Penn Warren. Includes a detailed analyses of every significant story, biographical information, a chronology of the artist's life and works, and a representative selection of critical responses.
Authoritative essays provide a historical overview of 18 widely studied works as well as a close reading of each and a consideration of its critical reception