Introduction

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Introduction Those parts of the  Autobiography  which are not strictly autobiographical, which were not narrated by  Malcolm himself, should still be considered integral parts of this book. They give personal views of  Malcolm by people who knew him, thus complementing the picture of him which we are given in his  own words. The most important of these three sections is the Epilogue, written by Alex Haley, the  editor who assembled the  Autobiography  with Malcolm's direction. This section tells of Haley's  personal relationship with Malcolm, and of how the book was composed by the two men working  together. But most important, it continues the narrative of Malcolm's life through the last few months,  describing the assassination and its aftermath in some detail. The Introduction, by M. S. Handler of the  New York Times,  expresses a sympathetic white man's 
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