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  • The Autobiography of Malcolm X
    First, and most important, you should read the book. This will give you personal insight into the themes and characters that you can't get from any other source. If you find the material difficult,...

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  • The Autobiography of Malcolm X
    For Malcolm X, reading proved to be transformational. One reason why reading changed his life was that his time reading in prison was diametrically opposed to anything he did on the outside. His...

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  • Roots: The Saga of an American Family
    The original question had to be edited down. I sense that Haley's work is such a stinging condemnation of slavery that there is not a postmodern embrace of problems that accompany freedom. The...

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  • The Autobiography of Malcolm X
    For Malcolm, Mr. Williams' teaching of history fits the overall narrative that he sees between White and African- American communities. It is significant because a young Malcolm realizes that...

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  • The Autobiography of Malcolm X
    Malcolm describes the lives of the hustlers as being rooted in the contingent, in the temporal. This state of being is one in which the individual really has no vision of anything beyond what is...

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