Invisible Man

Why did the younger Emerson tell the narrator about Dr. Bledsoe’s letters?

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The younger Emerson believes that deceiving the narrator (which is what the letter instructs anyone who receives it to do) is unjust, and that the narrator is being treated unfairly in being lied to. He tells the narrator about the letters as a favor to him; he is being a good and honest person.


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