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By Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom

Scholars can be enlightened via this exam of the autobiography that was once transcribed and built through journalist Alex Haley. The e-book positive factors an annotated bibliography, an advent by means of pupil Harold Bloom, and a list of different works by means of the writer.

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He empathizes with 42 the depth of anger, alienation, and pain that often marked life there. Although many people gather to listen to him, few convert to Islam, which Malcolm believes has to do with the strict rules—no tobacco, alcohol, or drugs, no dancing, gambling, dating, movies, or sports—but also because they are too weighed down by social, economic, and political struggles to be moved. He begins to understand that for African Americans to be successful, they must be aggressive about helping one another.

As Malcolm describes the ghetto, he also explains how white society helps to create and then profit from urban decay. Critic Maria Josefina Saldaña-Portillo attests that there are two central settings that Malcolm X describes as savage and uncivilized: “White America is the territory of the devil. Within the uncivilized space of white America, there is another uncivilized space, the ghetto. The ghetto is a wilderness within the wilderness: its violence, poverty, and crimes are the cynical and intended results of white barbarity” (p.

D. ” Reginald eventually has a mental breakdown and enters an institution. For the first time, Malcolm feels a stronger bond to his faith than to his family. 6 In the spring of 1952, Malcolm is paroled from prison and released into the custody of his brother Wilfred in Detroit. Once freed, in Chapter 12, “Savior,” his first purchases are a pair of eyeglasses (the late-night reading in prison gave him astigmatism), a suitcase, and a wristwatch: “I have thought, since, that without fully knowing it, I was preparing for what my life was about to become.

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