Summary Of Malcolm X's Literacy Behind Bars

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In this famous and influential work Literacy Behind Bars; Malcolm X demonstrates his passion for writing and reading. Malcom X goals happen until he got out of prison. While he was in prison he learned to read and write. He had difficulties in understanding some of the word he read but started to look up for the words in a dictionary in order to understand each word. Literacy is very important in our lives because it helps us understand so many things in are world. In The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me, is a story about a poor Spokane Indian kid who follows his father’s footsteps. As he keeps growing older, he beings to read almost anything he saw, including the books his father had home. Books keep him away from reality that

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