Invisible Man

what is the rhetorical effect of Rev. Barbee's blindness?

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Reverend Barbee's blindness is interesting because he spends much of his time talking about the "vision" of the Founder. Obviously he cannot "see"; he does, however, try to explain how the Founder lived, survived, and flourished under the worst of conditions for black men in the past.