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Autobiografia De Malcolm X ( Alex Haley)

The Life of a Man Who Changed Black Americaand makes the general point that the writing of the Autobiography is part of the narrative of blackness in the 20th century and consequently should “not be held utterly beyond inquiry”.

Marable argues autobiographical “memoirs” are “inherently biased”, representing the subject as he would appear with certain facts privileged, others deliberately omitted. Indeed, it was the day after Malcolm’s assassination that the poet and playwright, Amiri Barakaestablished the Black Arts Repertory Theater, which would serve to catalyze the aesthetic progression of the movement.

Retrieved March 28, Marable, Manning; Aidi, Hishaameds. Prison Writing in 20th-Century America. Rampersad suggests that Haley understood autobiographies as “almost fiction”. Marable writes that Haley worked “hundreds of sentences into paragraphs”, and organized them into “subject autobiograffia.


Marable, in “Rediscovering Malcolm’s Life: Rather than rewriting earlier chapters as a polemic against the Nation which Malcolm X had rejected, Haley persuaded him to favor a style of “suspense and drama”. In Our Own Image 1st ed. Retrieved February 11, And he said, ‘I remember the kind of dresses she used to wear.

Retrieved May 31, Ferguson Separate but equal Buchanan v. But both masks hide as much character as they show. Some will say that Retrieved 2 November A Collection of Critical Essays Paperback ed.

It documents his disillusionment with and departure from the Nation of Islam in Marchhis pilgrimage to Meccawhich catalyzed his conversion to orthodox Sunni Islamand his travels in Africa. In Stone’s estimation, 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.

The New York Times: Civil rights movement s and s. But there is no Malcolm untouched by doubt or fiction. And he walked that floor until just about daybreak. Haley’s contribution to the work is notable, and several scholars discuss how it should be characterized.

Stone compare the narrative to the Icarus myth. Belton White America, Inc. Haley influenced the narrative’s direction and tone while remaining faithful to his subject’s syntax and diction.


The first mask served a nationalism Malcolm had rejected before the book was finished; the second is mostly empty and available. Views Read Edit View history.

The Autobiography of Malcolm X – Wikipedia

He scratched red through ‘we kids. Organization of Afro-American Unity.

You have seen how throughout my life, I have often known unexpected drastic changes. In addition to functioning as a spiritual conversion narrative, Autobografia Autobiography of Malcolm X also reflects generic elements from other distinctly American literary forms, from the Puritan conversion narrative of Jonathan Edwards and the secular self-analyses of Benjamin Franklin, to the African American slave narratives.

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