Invisible Man

What is the narrator's rhetorical argument as he addresses the crowd? In Invisible Man

Invisible Man (Chapter 13)

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The narrator reminds the crowd that they are "law abiding people," in an attempt to stop the crowd from attacking the white men evicting the couple from their home. He is persuading them to stop what they're doing and change tactics, and through this, he comes to understand that words are as important as actions.


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