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What kind of people read Malcolm X’s work?(social class, race, economic class)?





Hi, I just what kind of people read Malcolm X's "Learning To Read"?(it's a article where he talk about how he learned to read in jail and increased his vocabulary base). What kind of person would be most likely reading his work? This is a exam essay question I will get.Also, what kind of people read Sherman Alexie's "Superman and Me"(It is a article about how Alexie learned to read just like Malcolm X, but Alexie is an indian boy in lower class .You don't have to answer anything about Alexie, but it would help.)The teacher told us to compare what kind of person read Malcolm X and what kind of person read Sherman Alexie, please describe the qualities of these people in as many categories as you can, like poor, smart, or african american.



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  1. bilotti says:

    I wouldn’t talk about class anymore! That would be a bit old fashioned idea.Anyone can read Malcom X and enjoy reading his work! People who are interested in literature, human rights and history, culture, people who care about education.Even in in lower classes are clever people who actually read! Not only Afro-Americans, but anybody! The foreigners (from your point of view) as well – black, white, indian, asian, whatever – if they care to learn something about Afro-American society.Do not generalise or prejudice! Focus more on the readers’ interests!”I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don’t believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn’t want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I’m not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn’t know how to return the treatment.” (Malcom X)P.S. Some people take their time to help you. “Exam question” does not mean “Do not use your own brain!” But I can see I am probably just wasting my time here…