The Autobiography of Malcolm X
ISBN: 0345376714
EAN13: 9780345376718
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 15, 1992
Pages: 527
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 8" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   I Am Pissed!!!!!!
I ordered a hardcover book. The book is a hardcover, but it's small enough to be a Mass Market paperback. I feel like I have been taken advantage of. I was expecting a larger book but got a very small book. If I wanted a book the size of a mass market paperback, I would have ordered it. I would have ordered a paperback for $11.98. I can read a book of that size. The description doesn't say that it's the size of a Mass Market book. I feel like I'm being cheated. It's!
   Southern white boy's seal of approval! Again.
A great story and a great storyteller! When I was a kid in rural Georgia, I read my first book. I had heard about the man from the evening news, other kids parents were biased, and some of my own family members were against it. Three years after his death, why were people still interested in this guy? I had to read his story myself. His story was always one of my favorite reads. I was never able to convince others to try it. I bought a copy of his story fifty years later. I'm glad I read this many times. The story is still interesting. This book should be read by everyone at any age.
   It was a fascinating and exciting journey reading about the life of the Great Malcolm X
If you wanted to know what I knew about Malcolm X, I would tell you that he was a civil rights leader. I read this book before that. They did not teach us anything about him in school. The harder it became to put down the book, the more I read it. It was fascinating to read about the life of the Great Malcolm X. It was worth the read.
Malcolm X overcame his violent past and turned his life around. Before he was a public speaker, he was able to analyze situations and influence people. Malcolm X's involvement with the Nation of Islam was just the beginning of his life. The need for a non- religious organization for black people was realized. Malcolm X's pilgrimage to Mecca and his account has developed a personal interest in the religion of Islam. Malcolm's life was taken because he was ignorant. He was not afraid to admit his mistakes. He was for the truth, no matter what. I would love to go with El- Hajj Malik El- Shabazz.