Invisible Man

What is the narrator really denying when he doesn't order grits and pork chops? What is he pretending

Chapter 9

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The narrator is denying his own black heritage. He would like this meal but wants to pretend that he does not have that history in his blood. The narrator wants to think he can forge his own way without the baggage of his people's history pulling him down.