Ellison talks more about invisibility:
Despite the bland assertions of sociologists, 'high visibility' actually render[s] one un-visible--whether at high noon in Macy's window or illuminated by flaming torches and flashbulbs while undergoing the ritual sacrifice that was dedicated to the ideal of white supremacy.[ See Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man. New York: Random House, 1981, p. ix.]Ellison lived in the days of open KKK demonstrations, lynchings, rand other rampant racist attacks. He knew how blatant visibility meant you couldn't see what was really there. The flash bulbs going off blinded you to what was being photographed.
In our context, Will's attempts to be invisible don't really hide him.
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