The Titles. - These things appear three times throughout the book. Some of them have spiritual origins, while another is taken from a poem by a black poet.
Harlem. - This place is an infamous section of New York City that has a large concentration of black Americans.
The Avenue. - This place is located in New York City and is the scene of much crime, prostitution and drug dealing.
The Nation of Islam. - This is often the subject of careful legal scrutiny and is founded by Elijah Muhammad.
White American Society. - This is made up of the oppressors, who are victims of their own beliefs and fears.
Elijah Muhammad's Home. - This setting takes up the majority of Section two. It is large and furnished.
Elijah Muhammad's Car. - This is depicted as being large and expensive. It is gleaming and glossy.
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