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I formed a team to burglarize houses to make money We started to burglarize houses and sent the goods to a fence The fence would pay us cash for the goods On one of our burglaries I found this good watch and kept it When I went to try and fix the watch I found out that the owner of the watch alerted the jewelers to look out for the watch They arrested me on the spot The caught everyone but Rudy The title of the book is The Autobiography of Malcolm X Alex Haley wrote it The Ballantine Publishing Group published it Alex Haley and Malcolm X copyrighted it in 1964 Alex Haley and Betty Shabazz copyrighted it in 1965 MS Handler copyrighted the introduction in 1965 Attallah Shabazz copyrighted foreword in 1999 The numbers of pages in this book are 466 Other books that Alex Haley has are Roots A Different Kind of Christmas Queen and Mama Floras Family Alex Haley was born in Ithaca New York in 1925 His father taught Agriculture His family moved to Henning Tennessee when he was young Alex Haley did not excel in school or university During World War II he enlisted as a messboy in the Coast Guard He was entitled to a pension after 30 years in the service The Autobiography of Malcolm X was his first major work Roots came out in 1976 In 1977 it won National Book Award and a special Pulitzer Prize A Different Kind of Christmas came out in 1988 On February 10 1992 Alex Haley died Queen published in 1993 The setting for Malcolm X is America and in Africa The book is set over a 4-decade period The following characters can be found in this book Malcolm X Rev Earl Little Louise Little Ella Little Laura Sophia Shorty Sammy Elijah Muhammad Reginald Little West Indian Archie Wilfred Little Wallace Muhammad Cassius Clay The Swerlins and Mr Shawarbi
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