The author claims to be seriously against self- righteousness in Christian leaders, as well as Elijah Muhammad. How does self-righteousness apply to the author?
The author heavily uses biblical teachings and references throughout the book, even after he finishes his description of his experiences with the Christian church. What purpose do the biblical references serve throughout the text?
The author decides to begin the text with a letter to his nephew, rather than an introduction. Why is the the "Letter to my Nephew" significant for the text as a whole?
There are several themes that are present within the book, yet one seems to stand out above all. Explain the pervading theme throughout the book.
Although there is one main theme within the book, there are many other items that become present that may or may not be considered themes. Is there more than one theme throughout the...
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