Racism in The autobiography of Malcolm X
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Detroit : Greenhaven Press, 2008.
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175 pages : ill. ; 23 cm.
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Published shortly after his assassination, The Autobiography of Malcolm X recounts Malcolm X's painful childhood, from his early experiences with racism, to his conversion to the Nation of Islam while in prison, to his years of activism as a leader and proponent of Black Nationalism. This volume offers a diverse range of perspectives on the role of racism in the life of Malcolm X and his autobiography. Essays discuss Malcolm X's life, his quest for racial truth, the psychological impact of racism, black identity shaped by white racism, and Malcolm X as spokesman and leader.
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Many of the world's most-studied works of literature are deeply entwined with a significant social issue, and viewing such works through the lens of that issue enriches and broadens a reader's understanding. Helping students navigate the intersection between literature and sociology, Social Issues in Literature supports cross-curricular studies of the world's enduring masterworks.
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Mancini, C. (2008). Racism in The autobiography of Malcolm X. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Mancini, Candice. 2008. Racism in The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.

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Mancini, Candice, Racism in The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008.

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Mancini, Candice. Racism in The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008. Print.

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