Invisible Man

How does the hundred-dollar gift fit with Mr. Norton's "first hand organizing of human life"?

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Norton is shaken and shocked by Trueblood's story. He hands Trueblood a one-hundred-dollar bill to buy toys for his children. Norton has no other way to conceptualize men like Trueblood other than attaching a monetary sum to appease his own sense of guilt or anxiety.