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Racism and Identity in Ralph Ellison’s The Invisible Man

Anyone who feels in the soul distaste for people of another nationality (color of skin), and he who believes in the creation of social and racial tensions are to blame ethnic minorities, must read the wonderful novel by Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," which was published in 1952, when America has blossomed to full flower racial segregation and racial prejudice, that is, before Rosa Parks refused to give up bus seat to a white passenger, and before Martin Luther King gave his famous speech. And here on this historical background appears the book, created a completely new aesthetics of African-American culture: elegant style, rich in ironic overtones, and shockingly explicit scenes attack on the black white, novel opens. Nameless narrator educated African American surrounding, they say, do not see at close range. On the one hand, it pleases him because he lived in the basement of the house where live white, and does not pay a dime for their "Apartment", but, on the other hand, he admits, «Acts on his nerves." One night, he faces the street with passers who was a tall blond man with blue eyes. He roughly pushed Invisible Man, showering filthy abuse. Invisible Man does not remain in debt: grabbing the offender for breast makes it folded in half and kicking, demanding an apology. It bubbling volcano of anger and rage that were fulfilling him for years and inherited from previous generations, he breaks free, and almost led to the killing of Invisible Man.

Of course, today the ratio of black people in America and in the rest of the world has changed dramatically. Legally racial segregation is abolished, although in fact it still exists in modern society. The statistics show a significant gap in welfare and education, access to health care and career opportunities between whites and ethnic minorities of the country such as Afro-Americans. For those who have experienced what it means to be a victim of racism, the book will serve as the example of the hero, who is trying to define its place in the aggressive and intolerant world, you will understand that we must fight for their rights. And the one who at least to some extent shared the racist views, see, we hope, himself from the point of view of victim - and that he will see it is not exactly the great thing. Everyone else we say, that regardless of ethnicity and skin color to stay apart from the struggle against all manifestations of racism today, it is just a shame.

Anyone who feels in the soul distaste for people of another nationality (color of skin), and he who believes in the creation of social and racial tensions are to blame ethnic minorities, must read the wonderful novel by Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man," which was published in 1952, when America has blossomed to full flower racial segregation and racial prejudice, that is, before

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