TitleTwentieth century interpretations of Invisible man : ba collection of critical essays / Edited by John M. Reilly
Imprint Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, [1970]
Descript vi, 120 p. ; 21 cm

CONTENT

Introduction, by J. M. Reilly.--Leadership mirages as antagonists in Invisible man, by M. K. Singleton.--Ralph Ellison and the uses of imagination, by R. Bone.--Ralph Ellison's modern version of Brer Bear and Brer Rabbit in Invisible man, by F. R. Horowitz.--Irony from underground: satiric elements in Invisible man, by W. J. Schafer.--The symbolism of vision, by C. I. Glicksberg.--Ralph Ellison and the American comic tradition, by E. H. Rovit.--The American Negro and the image of the absurd, by E. M. Jackson.--Two modern incest heroes, by S. Fraiberg.--The rebirth of the artist, by E. Horowitz.--The image of man as portrayed by Ralph Ellison, by T. B. O'Daniel.--The deep pit, by L. L. Brown.--Black boys and native sons, by I. Howe.--Black man's burden, by A. West.--The strange silence of Ralph Ellison, by R. D. Lehan.--Negro images in American writing, by E. Kaiser


Ellison Ralph. Invisible man African Americans in literature

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