The Autobiography Of Malcolm X by Alex Haley: …

However, the greatest challenge is to present the 'final' Malcolm X and how he got there -- after his split from the Nation of Islam, and even before it, his views were in rapid flux.

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He is also the main character, narrator, and author of the Autobiography of Malcolm X.

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Another surge of interest surfaced in February 2005, around the fortieth anniversary of Malcolm's assassination -- commemorated by a special release of the Malcolm X DVD and mainstream media interest, but not (as far as I can tell) any substantial academic interest.

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My site, for instance, has no analysis of the Nation of Islam and Malcolm's role in it (save three speeches from that period), but seeks only to vilify the Black Muslim movement and Louis Farrakhan -- a result of my own Islamic orthodoxy when I made it.

However, most importantly while in prison, Malcolm X was introduced to the Islam faith by one of the prisoners....

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On my site, for instance, there's a rather simplistic "before true Islam", "after true Islam" dichotomy that makes little room for nuance, complexity and the process of changes Malcolm underwent.

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However, there is still a considerable degree of interpretation involved; to the extent that Malcolm X is, quite literally, everything to everyone.

The Autobiography of Malcolm X (with Alex Haley)

At the right hand of God's Messenger stands 36-year-old Malcolm Little, a lanky onetime dining-car steward, bootlegger, pimp and dope pusher who left prison in 1952 to heed Muhammad's message, abandoned his "slave name," Little, for the symbolic "X" (meaning identity unknown), and took an oath to abstain thereafter from smoking, drinking, gambling, cursing, dancing and sexual promiscuity--as required of every Muslim.

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The Autobiography is not adequate for this because it excludes many aspects of his final thought processes (and, according to Manning Marable, three chapters are missing and Alex Haley may have been collaborating with the FBI at the time) -- these thought processes have been taken up by publications by Pathfinder Press which collect his final speeches and bits and pieces from interviews.

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In the autobiography of an Ex-colored man, James Weldon Johnson uses double consciousness to show the narrators stance as a person that gives up his birthright for the “privilege of whiteness”....

The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley

The works of Kafka have been interpreted as allegorical, autobiographical, psychoanalytical, Marxist, religious, existentialist, expressional, and naturalist.

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We didn't land on Plymouth Rock--that rock landed on us.” (Lord, Thornton, and Bodipo-Memba, 1992) Words like those above would engrave Malcolm X into the minds of Americans from all racial backgrounds and socio-economic classes.