Multiple Power Struggle In Dr. Bledsoe's Invisible Man

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In the Invisible Man, the author presents multiple power struggles between the nameless narrator and various other characters which the Invisible Man must free himself from in order to discover his identity. The first powerful character that the Invisible Man must free himself from in an effort to grow is Dr. Bledsoe at the college. Initially, the Invisible Man looks up to Dr. Bledsoe as a center of the black community, but soon discovers that Dr. Bledsoe is just interested in maintaining his power. Dr. Bledsoe reveals to the narrator in their meeting that he fears no one since he knows that he is the only one in charge, which is Dr. Bledsoe’s way of letting the Invisible Man know that he will not win if he tries to go against him. Also while
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