Summary: Chapter Six Of Invisible Man

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In “Chapter six” of Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison is trying to tell the reader of how a person of color will always be viewed differently. Even when Dr. Bledsoe tells his reality of becoming an invisible man his colleagues he his has power. Yes, other people “whites” to be specific will see him as being a man that has little to no power. Dr. Bledsoe gave the protagonist a different viewed and how society will make challenges that will be difficult to overcome, but can be accomplished. Ethos, pathos and logos are demonstrated when Dr. Bledsoe had to act the “negro” to get to where he is. Throughout chapter six the protagonist learned and sees that being of color can make a difference to people.

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