It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post…I’ve been doing a little traveling and speaking, but now I’m back to my normal life.
A final quote (for now) from "Invisible Man" and a question that I’d like your help with.
The unnamed narrator of Ellison’s masterpiece describes Louis Armstrong in the following way…
"Perhaps I like Louis Armstrong because he’s made poetry out of being invisible. I think it must be because he’s unaware that he is invisible. And my own grasp of invisibility aids me to understand his music."
Do any of you have insight as to why Ellison describes this jazz pioneer in this manner?