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Title: Malcolm X's "Learning To Read" Analysis(a score of 7

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Subject: English
Author: Ellis M
Date: April 20, 2017
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His diction also projects other things to the reader. In another paragraph he states that colleges have "too much panty raiding, fraternities, and boola" the reader learns that one of greatest hindrances to learning is distractions and without them knowledge can be gained easily. Malcolm's word use also projects his own views to the reader...

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In another paragraph he states that colleges have "too much panty raiding, fraternities, and boola" the reader learns that one of greatest hindrances to learning is distractions and without them knowledge can be gained easily. Malcolm's word use also projects his own views to the reader. His frequent use of the word "white" as a slur tells us his views and tone in itself...

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