1. In the first two chapters of The Invisible Man the tone was depressing. He felt worthless because he looked at himself invisible.
2. The irony between the narrator and the blond man is that the narrator sees himself as invisible. Therefore when the blond man bumped it to him the blond man actually didn’t see him because it was dark.
3. When the narrator says that the blond man had not seen the blond man meant that he did not really see him. The narrator believed that due to his skin color the white, blond man ignored him, until the narrator confronted him.
4. When the narrator says the “sleeping’s ones” he refers to the white community with power, that see him invisible.
5. The narrator desire for light is impeccable the mentioned …show more content…
The tone of Jim Trueblood is very understanding, he sees how the white community has been supporting.
6. Because Trueblood is attracted to his daughter, the “sleeping’s ones” expect this type of situation to happen because he’s black
7. The reason why Trueblood’s wife brought Aunt Cloe over was because she wanted Aunt Cloe to preform an abortion on her daughter, as well as herself.
8. The reason why the white community offers Trueblood so much is because they feel pity for all his bad actions.
9. Mr. Norton is an old, ill, white man that gives Trueblood one hundred dollars, because like many white people they help out Trueblood, he was just doing the …show more content…
The road in the first paragraph is used as a metaphor when the narrator is describing the road to college so stunning, yet is anything but that.
2. The statue was put in the narrator’s college to remind students about slavery, and the fact that the white community has and will always have control over the black people.
3. The diction and the syntax are used in the description of the trustees’ arrival at Founders’ Day by many different professions
4. The “sleeping farmers” make the narrator have fear towards them, because they aren’t afraid of anything
5. Mr. Norton was happy to her that Trueblood got his daughter pregnant.
1. The significance of the wide range of profession that the insane men at the Golden Day that anybody can turn like them. Which is why the narrator is odd at first.
2. The narrator was apart of Golden Day, as did many other men. So the older men that attended Golden Day is foreshadowing what the narrator will most likely resemble in the future.
3. The patients’ find kicking Supercargo therapeutic, because it helps relief stress.
4. When the narrator turns his back to the veteran, the veteran is implying by turning his back on him, is like being an invisible