The autobiography of Malcolm X

Book Number DB065510
Title The autobiography of Malcolm X
Names X, Malcolm.
Haley, Alex.
Series Penguin classics
Medium Digital Book
Language English
Annotation The life of African American religious leader Malcolm X (1925-1965). The author describes his boyhood in Lansing, Michigan, street life in Harlem, conversion to the Black Muslim movement while imprisoned for robbery, and evolution into a high-profile spokesman for black dignity, power, and separatism. Foreword by Alex Haley. 1964.
Length 20 hours, 2 minutes Digital talking book. 1 level and 25 navigation points. Digitally mastered.
LC Subject African Americans - Biography
Black Muslims - Biography
Local Subject Race Relations - RACNF
Authors, Black - AUBLK
Black Interest - Biography - BLKB
Black Interest - Nonfiction - BLKAM
Nonfiction - NF
Biography & Autobiography - BIO
Biography - Heads of State and Political Figures - BIP
History, United States - 20th Century - HUT
General Nonfiction - GNF
Black / African-American Interest - BLK
Young Adult Interest - YAI
Audience Notes Male narrator. NLS/BPH
Local Subject Long Book - LO
Audience Notes A NLS/BPH
Narrator Ganser, L. J.
Title Status Active
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