The Autobiography of Malcolm X

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    of eight diverse books is not necessarily the best selection of eight books. This may be true, but to say that no literarily valuable books by minority authors exist is absurd. At present, no Jesuit class reads Twelve Years a Slave, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, or any Toni Morrison novel (all, notably, selections that at one point were taught at Jesuit). It is certainly possible to pick books that, while not optimally representative, are more diverse than those at present. Finally, questions…

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    wrote 6 autobiographies and as far as "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" it is taught in many schools in several different areas. It has been controversial but it is all truth and needs to be shared. My writing style in my fiction pieces consist of dialogue and plot it is helpful because it shows true meaning but at the same time leaves mystery and truth throughout my writing (official Maya Angelou Website). My life helped me write my novels and poems. I knew Nelson Mandela, I joined with Malcolm…

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    Race ,Gender, Multi-Ethnicity and Cultural Poetics/Politics of Audre Lorde Abstract: African American women poets, throughout the centuries have always defined themselves and their community in their works. It has been more apparent in literature, especially in poetry. Audre Lorde is an African American writer, radical feminist, womanist, and civil rights activist. Writing poetry was a responsibility for her as it was necessary for her survival and the survival of others. This study considers…

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