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My Time In Prison By Malcolm Little Analysis

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In “My Time in Prison”, Malcolm Little states how he learned and expanded his knowledge while he was in the prison by dictionary and books, and how these affected his life. According to the author, when he was in the Charlestown Prison, he was not able to fully understand the book he read since he did not know the most of the words. Hence, he requested a dictionary, some tablets and pencils. Then he began to copy every page of the dictionary and read them aloud. This led him to be able to comprehend the books he read and got addicted to reading. He spent most of his time reading in his bunk or library, even at night, depending on the glow of the corridor light. In consonance with the author, books had opened his eyes to new side of the world
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