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Ralph Ellison (March 1, 1913 – April 16, 1994, [1]) was an African American scholar and writer.
Ralph Ellison died of pancreatic cancer on April 16, 1994, and was buried in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City.
Ellison never actually completed this book, though, because his earlier drafts of it were lost when his house burned down and he had to start over.
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 Ralph Ellison
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Ralph Ellison's invisible man: invisibility, race, and homoeroticism from Frederick Douglass to E. Lynn Harris.[Critical essay]
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Ralph Ellison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
That Ralph Ellison was born in the former Territory, both Indian and western frontier, will become a significant part of his personality and will contribute a perspective to his writing that, along with his distinctive style, will position him among the great writers of the United States.
As yet, the record is not clear on the disposition of Alfred Ellison after the widow sold her holdings to David Aiken, a wealthy and notoriously violent and anti-abolitionist cotton farmer in Abbeville, South Carolina.
Ralph Ellison’s father, Lewis Ellison, was Alfred and Harriet Ellison’s fourth child and their first son.
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 Geometry.Net - Authors: Ellison Ralph
Ralph Waldo Ellison was born on March 1, 1914, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Ellison is often criticized for not using his writing as a propaganda tool to elevate the "fl man in society." For instance, critic Richard Corliss writes, "The unfashionable fact is that Ellison's writing was too refined, elaborate, to be spray painted on a tenement wall.
Ellison has the characters in this novel deal with the problem of incest, which is not a racial problem, but a social problem.
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