Brother Tod Clifton's The Invisible Man

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In the Invisible Man, the climax is a man versus man situation where Brother Tod Clifton is shot unarmed by a policeman. Brother Clifton was a part of the Brotherhood for three years and was very successful. Clifton and the narrator’s relationship can be described as a friendly partnership. The narrator knows Clifton’s personality and his “nightly rounds” for the Brotherhood. Clifton suddenly disappeared and nobody has seen him for days. The narrator is determined to find him by asking all the members of the Brotherhood and Tod Clifton’s friends. He started to give up hope when he suddenly heard someone yelling from across the street, “Get your Sambo dolls! There is a great show coming up!” The narrator soon recognizes that it’s Clifton on
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