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The Invisible Man (Ralph Ellison) | by E.Briel
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The Invisible Man (Ralph Ellison)

Ellison’s book won the 1953 National Book Award for Fiction because it expertly dealt with issues of black nationalism, Marxism and identity in the twentieth century. Considered to be too expert in its ruminations for some high schools, the book was banned from high school reading lists and schools in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Washington state.

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Taken on December 10, 2014