Biography Juvenile literature
|提及的人：||Malcolm X; Malcolm X; Malcolm X; Malcolm X|
|材料类型：||传记, 政府刊物, 少年观众, 州政府或者省政府刊物, 互联网资源|
Louis A DeCaro
|ISBN:||0814718647 9780814718643 0814718914 9780814718919|
|描述：||xvi, 363 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|内容：||Black nationalist religion before the nation --
The nation before Malcolm X --
A Garveyite son --
Early life and religious training --
Wayward youth --
Crime, imprisonment, and redemption --
Early ministry --
Evangelism and nation-building --
From Harlem to the dark world --
The making of an emissary --
Religious apologist --
Foreshadowing mecca: between cult and orthodoxy --
Fame and fury --
Banished from the nation --
The pilgrim convert --
The realities and ideals of witness --
The final year --
Religious revolutionist --
Fighting in the way of God --
Closing the book --
Epilogue: now he's gone.
|责任：||Louis A. DeCaro, Jr.|
In On the Side of My People, Louis A. DeCaro, Jr. offers the first religious biography to focus exclusively on Malcolm X. Malcolm X was certainly a political man; yet he was also a man of Allah, struglling with his salvation - as concerned with redemption as with revolution. Drawing on a wide variety of sources, including extensive interviews with Malcolm's oldest brother, FBI surveillance documents, the black press, and tape-recorded speeches and interviews, DeCaro examines the charismatic leader from the standpoint of his two conversion experiences - to the Nation while he was in jail and to traditional Islam climaxing in his pilgrimage to Mecca. On the Side of My People explores Malcolm's early religious training and the influence of his Garveyite parents, he relationship with Elijah Muhammad, his often overlooked journey to Africa in 1959, and his life as a traditional Muslim after the 1964 pilgrimage.
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