Analysis Of Malcolm X A Homemade Education

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In the essay "A Homemade Education," Malcolm X describes how he became interested in reading and learned to educated himself in prison. He is glad that his homemade education changed his life and led him to success. When Malcolm went to prison, he find his spelling and handwriting is so bad that he couldn't even write in a straight line. Because of Bimbi' s huge knowledge, he could take charge their conversation. It made Malcolm felt shame and then decided to learn reading. Firstly, he got a dictionary. And then everyday he began to copy one page in order to write down some marks. After that he write them down on the tablets and repeat reading his handwriting aloud again and again. On the next day, Malcolm X would try to remember the words

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