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Based on readings from the first 20 chapters of "Invisible Man", what does the narrator mean when he refers to himself as "invisible"?

Is it because of all the situations he been in and no one really seeing him or his feelings?


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  2. So how would you say one of the examples of the journey to solitude reflect a understanding of his own "invisibility"?

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  3. I'd say it just the way you said it.

    One of the examples of the journey to solitude reflects an understanding of his own "invisibility."

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