The plot construction is (post) modern, his approach of blackness leads to a universal reality, akin to every race.
The narrative style, Ellison's flamboyant passages, maybe a thing of past (in contrast with short and fragmented sentences filling our modern time), is still a timeless classic, to reveal inner and outer landscapes, powerful.

"I'm invisible, and not blind." - me too, and wish everyone read this book, then how many can be awaken from hibernation, feeling ashamed?

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