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  • Freeper Reading Club Discussion: "Invisible Man" (Ralph Ellison)

    11/18/2002 3:34:26 AM PST · by PJ-Comix · 73 replies · 4,704+ views
    November 18, 2002
    This month's Freeper Reading Club (now over 100 members) discussion is about Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man." As I stated when assigning this book, as soon as you think you know where this book is heading, it completely changes directions and surprises you. Upon re-reading "Invisible Man" it seems apparent to me that Joseph Heller, author of "Catch-22," must have read this book since much of the surreal absurdity in "Invisible Man" was reflected in his own acclaimed book years later. As we saw in "Invisible Man," nobody really saw the man (never named) as he really was. To them he...