Psychological Vacillation In Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man

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In many instances, one’s emotions divaricate from the environment they either expected or spontaneously arrive eventually. Conclusively, this difference administers a tragic psychological vacillation, disallowing the subject to relieve itself from catatonia. Frequently, multiple products of literature explore the dynamics in central characters, prospecting their desires, their inhibitions, and how those elements may dually infer unwarranted conformity, internal conflict, psychological dismantling, and problematic interactions with one’s surroundings and those who inhabit it. Think of the untitled protagonist in the Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, who conforms to the Brotherhood’s philosophy of assisting the oppressed while surrendering his identity,
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