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Invisible Man

by Ralph Ellison with Traditional Criticism applied to it :)
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Katelyn May

on 25 March 2010

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Invisible Man with Traditional Criticism what is traditional criticism? it takes a humanist view looks for both technical skills and significant content where was this found in The Invisible Man? Brother Jack Ras the Exhorter
aka Ras the Destoyer What's the deal with Brother Jack? leader of the Brotherhood that
focuses on the failure of abstract ideologies That's good, right? Wrong. Jack uses him as a tool to
farther the goals of the brotherhood. He could careless who helped get the goals met. Who's this Destroyer guy and what'd he do? Well, his name can be translated into "Prince" and has links to the Sun God Yeah, I know he's powerful obsessed with the idea of race He's compared to Malcolm X because they
share the idea that violence is OK to make whites
stop oppressing the blacks. What's our porposed format? WEBPAGE You're asking yourself, why a webpage? We say good question. Here's why:
easy access
everyone can reach it at ANYTIME


Two cheers for the Debbie Downer in the back.
We planned out the solution to your con as well. Computers are available EVERYWHERE for free use
check your public and school libraries
No time? What a shame because a lot of people sport these things called a cellular phone. Most have Internet access as well. What did we learn by applying the criticism? Be your own person. Don't copy, be fake, pretend, mock, mimic, or pose as something you aren't. Works Cited Dictionary and Theaurus - Merriam-Webster Online. Web. 14 Mar. 2010. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/>.
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