Invisible Man

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  3. ^ Invisible Man (1952), by Ralph Ellison | All-TIME 100 Novels | TIME.com
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  5. ^ Carol Polsgrove, Divided Minds: Intellectuals and the Civil Rights Movement (2001), pp. 66-69.
  6. ^ "Ralph Ellison, The Art of Fiction No. 8, The Paris Review, Spring 1955, p. 113.
  7. ^ "Ralph Ellison, Winner of the 1953 Fiction Award for Invisible Man". National Book Awards Acceptance Speeches. NBF. Retrieved 2012-03-31.
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