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The iconography of Malcolm X

by Graeme Abernethy

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Image (Philosophy),
  • In mass media

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-272) and index.

    StatementGraeme Abernethy
    SeriesCultureAmerica, Culture America
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP223.Z8 L5713 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 293 pages :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26335613M
    ISBN 100700619208
    ISBN 109780700619207

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    Malcolm X was an inspiration for several fictional characters. The Marvel Comics writer Chris Claremont confirmed that Malcolm X was an inspiration for the X-Men character Magneto, while Martin Luther King was an inspiration for Professor X. Malcolm X also inspired the character Erik Killmonger in the film Black : Malcolm Little, , Omaha, . Malcolm X’s Michigan Worldview responds to these questions by presenting Malcolm’s subject as an iconography used to deepen understanding of African descendent peoples’ experiences through advanced research and disciplinary study. A Black studies reader that uses the biography of Malcolm X both to interrogate key aspects of the Black.

    Ella, thrilled that Malcolm no longer shines shoes, finds him a job as a soda fountain clerk in a drugstore in her neighborhood. Malcolm can’t stand the people on this side of town, but he respects Ella and decides to take the job. The locals come into the drugstore, putting on airs and pretending to be rich, when everyone knows they don’t really have money or work professional . The Autobiography of Malcolm X is the result of over 50 interviews between Malcolm X and Alex Haley that occurred between and While Malcolm X provided the memory and the base material, Alex Haley wrote, compiled, and edited the book.


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