Malcolm X

Malcolm X

Autobiography of Malcolm X

The hardest part of this story is trying to capture the significance to every word and detail that?s written. The only idea that could flow the reader?s mind is, ?Where exactly is this story going? and it is as though the writer understands this pondering and answers, ?I would not spend one hour in the preparation of a book which had the ambition to perhaps titillate some readers. But I am spending many hours because the full story is the best way that I know to have seen, and understood, that I had sunk to the very bottom of the American white man?s society?? (153). While making sense and finally putting the wandering mind out of its misery; it grabs the reader and pushes it to move on throughout the book. If the author wanted to titillate, writing this realistic experience was the way to do so.
Malcolm Little was born on May 19, 1925 and came from an underprivileged home. He was a self-taught man who received little schooling and rose to greatness on his own intelligence and determination. The early background of Malcolm X was a large factor responsible for the distinct different responses to

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