Available in: Paperback. Through a life of passion and struggle, Malcolm X became one of the most influential figures of the 20th Century. La autobiografía de Malcom X, Alex Haley y Malcolm X. 12 likes. Book. Buy Autobiografia di Malcolm X by Alex Haley, Malcolm X, R. Giammanco (ISBN: Ojalá las editoriales traduzcan al español los demás libros de Malcolm x.

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Beginning with his mother’s pregnancy, the book describes Malcolm’s childhood in Michiganthe death of his father under questionable circumstances, and his mother’s deteriorating mental health that resulted in her commitment to a psychiatric hospital. Retrieved May 31, I was appalled when they were soon returned, red-inked in many places where he had told of his almost father-and-son relationship with Elijah Muhammad.

The book has been published in more than 45 editions and in many languages, including Arabic, German, French, Indonesian. Rampersad suggests that Haley understood autobiographies as “almost fiction”.

Autobiografia De Malcolm X ( Alex Haley)

And [James Hal] Cone asserts that he became an internationalist with a humanist bent. Board of Education Bolling v.

Retrieved April 27, Retrieved 2 November Retrieved April 8, You may attempt through various stylistic conventions and devices to reconstitute for the reader your experience of hearing face to face the man’s words. Ferguson Separate but equal Amlcolm v. And he said, ‘I remember how she was always bent over the stove, trying to stretch what little we had.


When the Autobiography was published, The New York Times reviewer described it as a “brilliant, painful, important book”. Malcolm’s Malcolm is in itself a fabrication; the ‘truth’ about him is impossible to know. Marable, Manning; Aidi, Hishaam autoobiografia, eds. Marable, in “Rediscovering Malcolm’s Life: Retrieved March 7, To Kill a Black Man: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Goldman, Peter []. The sound of the man’s narration may be represented by vocabulary, syntax, imagery, graphic devices of various sorts—quotation marks, punctuation, line breaks, visual patterning of zlex space and black space, markers that encode print analogs to speech—vernacular interjections, parentheses, ellipses, asterisks, footnotes, italics, dashes Retrieved February 25, But there is no Malcolm untouched by doubt or fiction. October 29, Grove Press [1].

She [hooks] is not alone. And he said, ‘I remember the kind of dresses she used to wear.

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Malcolm X at Wikipedia’s sister projects. This collection includes the papers of Doubleday’s then-executive editor, Kenneth McCormick, who had worked closely with Haley for several years as the Autobiography had been constructed. A Collection of Critical Essays Paperback ed. Book Review Digest 61st ed. Archived from the original on April 23, Marable studied the Autobiography manuscript “raw materials” archived by Haley’s biographer, Anne Romaine, and described a critical element of the collaboration, Haley’s writing tactic to capture the voice of his subject accurately, a disjoint system of data mining that included notes on scrap paper, in-depth interviews, and long “free style” discussions.


This page was last edited on 16 Novemberat Thus where material comes from, and what has been done to it are separable and of equal significance in collaborations. By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X and the Black Revolution Paperback ed.

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Archived from the original on January 14, Several times I would covertly watch him frown and wince as he read, but he never again asked for any change in what malcilm had originally said. Grove Press then published the book haly that year. Retrieved October 16, Martin Luther King Sr. This led to his arrest and subsequent eight- to ten-year prison sentence, of which he served six-and-a-half years — Autobiographical Occasions and Original Acts: Inhistorian John William Ward wrote that it would become a classic American autobiography.

In Stone’s autobiogdafia, supported by Wideman, the source of autobiographical material and the efforts made to shape them into a workable narrative are distinct, and of equal value in a critical assessment of the collaboration that produced the Autobiography. In popular culture Martin Luther King Jr.