Invisible Man

Why do you think Trueblood receives so much more charity from the white community than from his own in Invisible Man

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Trueblood's crimes guilts the white community into paying off the state they have created whereas it shames the black community who does not want to recognize any who could work against their success. The narrator looks away in shame at Trueblood's audacity during the storytelling.