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1 Ralph Ellison captured it perfectly for the black man with the metaphor of invisibility.
2 Ralph Ellison is a famous contemporary African American writer.
3 This is something that happened to Ralph Ellison.
4 The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison is a masterpiece of symbolism.
5 Lack of money was an important reason for Ralph Ellison becoming a writer.
6 In Invisible Man,(www.Sentencedict.com) the American black novelist Ralph Ellison displays the protagonists journey to seek his own ethnic culture and to establish his identity.
7 The race crisis revealed by Ralph Ellison constantly reminds America that the black problems cannot be ignored in the 21(superscript st) century.
8 The introduction provides some background knowledge about Ralph Ellison and his Invisible Man, and makes a review of the criticisms on this novel since its publication.
9 Invisible Man, writen by American black writer Ralph Ellison, is a typical picaresque novel.
10 The novel Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison is a record of the nameless narrator's journey in contemporary America, from South to North, illusion to reality.
11 Some, like African-American writer Ralph Ellison, be-lieve that jazz captures the essence of America. For good reason, for in jazz all of the characteristics I mentioned above come together.
12 Himes' friends and acquaintances included small-time Cleveland hustlers and great artists such as Ralph Ellison.
13 Mr. Kloppenberg compiled a long list of people who he said helped shape Mr. Obama's thinking and writing, including Weber and Nietzsche, Thoreau and Emerson, Langston Hughes and Ralph Ellison.
14 Twain taught American authors from Arthur Miller to David Bradley, Ralph Ellison, Ursula Le Guin, Toni Morrison, and countless others important lessons about the craft of fiction.
15 Invisible Man is the masterpiece of American black writer Ralph Ellison.
16 Invisible Man, the masterpiece of the eminent black writer Ralph Ellison, is noted for its superb use of different literary techniques.
17 As a teenager Barack sometimes skipped homework and buried himself in the works of black authors: Langston Hughes, Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Richard Wright, W.
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