Critique Of "The Invisible Man"

The goal of every person is to find their place in society. The journey
itself is a hard one, but sometimes unforeseen obstacles make this journey
nearly impossible. The book, The Invisible Man, takes us along the journey
with a man that has no name. You may think that it is odd not to give the main
character of a book a name, but if you think about it, what purpose does a name
serve? Isn't is said that a man's actions speak louder than his words? In this
story, the man's actions go hand in hand with his words, to make him desired by
some, feared and hated by others.

The journey begins with the man fighting for his very education. Earning a
scholarship meant to physically ...

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Norton, a founder
of the college he attended. Mr. Norton was a well educated but very ignorant
man. He felt that the college was doing all of the good that could be done. He
had no idea of the evils that dwelled upon the grounds. Dr. Bledsoe, the head
of the college, had arranged for Mr. Norton to go for a tour of the grounds, but
didn't expect for him to see “everything” at the college. Mr. Norton asked to
see some of the more unseen areas of the college, so the driver had to oblige
him. Their they met a man with an incestuous past. Mr. Norton was dumb founded,
he had no idea something like this could happen at his college. This just shows
the many evils we come across in our lives that appear like shadows, taking us
by total surprise. The phrase, “Out of sight, out of mind”, seems to hold great
relevance. When you choose to ignore the bad things in life you become weak,
and when they finally do hit you, you may never recover from the blow.

The next destination they ...

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when one of the secretaries
shows him the letter. He then gets a job at a factory where they make paint.
There he meets Mr. Brockway his boss, a modern day dictator. Brockway is king
of his domain, the basement, where the work that no one else wants to do is done.
Brockway believes he is a self-made genius due to the fact he helped build the
basement and knows where everything is. This shows how an ego can be dangerous.
Brockway is willing to kill to keep his position. Even though it may seem like
nothing to everyone else, to him, it is his life. It's his only reason to exist,
and he doesn't want anyone to take it from him. When an accident occurs he
blames it upon his ...

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