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Joe Morton successfully captures the essence of Malcolm X by presenting the text straight from the hip. In the opening, he speaks bitterly about the murderous bigotry Malcolm experiences as a child. With a slick, fast-talking voice Morton portrays Malcolm's life as a young hustler then shifts his tone to one of powerful conviction when recounting Malcolm's conversion to the Black Muslim faith and his realization of his vocation. Roscoe Lee Browne's solemn, resonant narration connects Morton's dramatization to an objective chronicle of significant events in the leader's life and gently bridges the text. The result proves an intriguing program. M.P.T. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Should be required reading at the high school level. I always meant to read it, and never got around to it. I, quite frankly, didn't think it was going to be this good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andy Vogt
I wasn't alive in the 1960s and have no first hand knowledge of the political and social climate in which Malcolm X operated and lived. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Personnellement, c'est sans aucun doute dans mon top 5 des meilleurs livres que j'ai lu jusqu'à présent! Le livre est simplement un chef-d'oeuvre! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Simon Larocque
There is a reason why this piece of work is hailed as non-fiction classic. The life of Malcolm X is astonishing and really does put into perspective the fight against racism in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sisay Jarsoo
Al Hajj Malik Al Shabaaz was the name given to this legendary man a few months before he passed away. Had he lived longer, he could have done great with Nelson MandelaPublished 23 months ago by Zeeshan Hanif
If you read this book, and then watch interviews with Malcolm on youtube, you will definitely admire his confidence and his outspokenness. Wonderfully written and chronicled.Published on Oct. 14 2013 by Lorraine