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The Invisible Man Archetypes

The Contrast Between Dee and Her Family in “Everyday Use”

this shows the independence of african coutries which is shown through this man using muslim language


The mother also thought that Dee didn't like Maggie but she saw that it wasn't true as she force the to get stories or folks' habits

The mother also thought that Dee didn't like Maggie but she saw that it wasn't true as she force the to get stories or folks' habits

Maggie get a trauma and feels shy of her burn she got twelve years ago

I think that Dee is turning more in a superficial or material person because she doesn't like are way to live and prefer to live as a in the TV shows

I learned that Dee doesn't have fear and can confront to any one

She Imagines A life that is completely opposed to the real life

the mother knew that it will be only a dream because her situation made it impossible for them to get into a TV. As shown on the image that was surely where there lived

I totally agree because Maggie really think that she will always be behind her sister because she thinks(her sister) she's perfect

The narrator compare here live with a TV show

description of the Yard

A Better Life for the Invisible Man

publication of the invisible man action

marry and the invisible man

the banging

The odor of the aroma of backed yam reminded the invisible man about his childhood in the south

worried by his thought, the invisible man decide to work and observe the aspects of the Harlem community

When the invisible man came back to Mary's house, I really liked when he said Red Flag while he smelled Cabbage

The reflect

The narrator and mary

The narrator is at the hospital and doesn't feel well

The Cruel Reality of the Invisible Man’s plot

Now he knows that he has been tricked!

The Cruel World of Racism

The invisible man finally got a job and need to work hard with Mr. Kimbro as superior

he also talk to Mr. Kimbro who is very discipline and even hard man

The betrayal of Dr. Bledsoe

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