Invisible Man

What is the significance of the narrator's viewing himself as a "potential Booker T. Washington in Invisible Man

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In the "Battle Royal" the narrator wants to pattern himself after Booker T. Washington (a field Negro), but his grandfather laughs at him. His grandfather's words continue to haunt him throughout the novel and color each and every one of his decisions.