Invisible Man

What is Beldsoe's treatment of Norton when he returns from the "poor quarters"?

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Dr. Bledsoe's demeanor changes completely upon seeing Norton, taking on the aspects of a concerned and appeasing grandfather. He apologizes profusely for the narrator's actions, refusing to listen to Norton's and the narrator's protests.