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The narrator goes to Brother Hambro because he does not understand why the Brotherhood is not reacting to the death of Clifton.
Wow, then I am just invisible too.
Listen Brother, this group must make sacrifices. People are just tools.
Racial tensions soar in Harlem and violent riots occur. Ras the Exhorter, an activist for violence against whites in Harlem, encourages his followers to turn against the narrator for being a part of the Brotherhood.
It's not my fault!
In an attempt to get away from the abuse, he accidentally falls down an open manhole. He realizes that maybe his life is spent better underground and finds a basement to live in. During his time down there, the memories of all the people who have used him come back. After being hidden away for so long, he decides to return back to society because even Invisible Men have their responsibilities.
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