Invisible Man: A Memorial to Ralph Ellison

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Invisible Man: A Memorial to Ralph Ellison

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This is a monument to writer Ralph Ellison, who lived opposite this park. It is made of a bronze monolith through which one can see the silhouette of a striding man --a literal allusion to Ellison's novel, Invisible Man. A quotation from the novel and biographical details relating to Ellison are written in low-lying pink granite wall framing an oval landscape designed by Ken Smith.

Address: Riverside Park @ 150th Street, Manhattan.

How to reach: From 145th Street underground station along the Riverside Drive till the crossing with 150th Street, NYC.

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