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Sources Lauded for his brilliance as a writer of modern fiction, Ralph Ellison has produced works that continue to have a profound impact on the understanding of race and social thought in the United States. His novel Invisible Man is considered a masterpiece of modern literature and has been translated into fourteen languages around the world.
A fiction writer, essayist, and educator, Ellison spent the last decades of his life at conferences and college campuses lecturing on the value of art and its ability to explore the complex relationships of the human experience. Although his home state practiced segregation, Ellison grew up without the oppressive conditions confronted by African Americans in the Deep South.
In Oklahoma City he was exposed to various elements within the black and white cultural worlds. And in the public school system, Ellison learned the foundations of musical harmony and symphonic forms as well as the songs, stories, and dances of European folk culture.
Attended Tuskegee Institute, To fulfill this commitment, Ellison aspired to become a composer of symphonic music. In high school he took trumpet lessons from Dr.
Ludwig Hebestreit, the founder and conductor of the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra. Though music emerged as his primary means of expression, Ellison also enjoyed reading literature. In grade school, one of his teachers, Mrs. At home, Ellison read fairy tales, westerns, detective stories, and Harvard Classics.
Outside on the streets and in the barber shops of Oklahoma City, African Americans introduced him to rural folk tales and legends of black cowboys, outlaws, and black Indian chiefs. Alabama Bound After graduating from high school, Ellison won a state sponsored scholarship to study music at Tuskegee Institute in Macon County, Alabama.
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