Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

write a note on the broad structure of the novel


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The "Invisible Man" is unique in that the author doesn't tell the story in sequence, but rather presents each episode as an afterthought that seems unrelated to the one that precedes it. It has been said that the novel's struction can be compared to jazz..... a series of soloists in group play.