African-American History and Ellison

Some people believe that fiction reflects the social, economic and political incident or events experienced or observed by the authors. Taking a little time to explore the life and times of Ralph Ellison may help your students see why this comment may be true about the author of Invisible Man. This assignment includes some choice of website to peruse and then a short paper describing what students learned.
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY-INFLUENCES

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