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  1. I have a pretty good idea that with this review I m going to step on peoples toes So, be forewarned You see, there really wasn t much I cared for I don t like the author s writing style, I don t like the way he brushed over some really scarring things, and I really don t care for Martin Luther King, Jr himself Therefore, I ll probably disagree with many who read this.Well, now that that is out of the way, let s get into the why and how of the book Martin Luther King, Jr A Life by Marshall I have a pretty good idea that with this review I m going to step on peoples toes So, be forewarned You see, there really wasn t much I cared for I don t like the author s writing style, I don t like the way he brushed over some really scarring things, and I really don t care for Martin Luther King, Jr himself Therefore, I ll probably disagree with many who read this.Well, now that that is out of the way, let s get into the why and how of the book Martin Luther King, Jr A Life by Marshall Frady, and why I took the precautions of putting a disclaimer in my introduction.My main problem with the book was that I learned several things I really didn t need or want to know For one, the author has a very expansive vocabulary that bogs readers down when he uses it He also has nothing against quoting cuss words in his book And while I like description, I really don t need to know extreme details about minor characters, information he seemed overeager to share.Even with all this detail, or p...

  2. Ralph Bunche Albert John Luthuli Desmond Tutu Nelson Mandela Kofi Annan Wangari Maathai Barack Obama Like Martin Luther King, Jr., they are among the black Nobel Laureates for Peace.Martin Luther King, Jr 1929 1968 was an American Baptist minister that led the African American Civil Right movement He was born in Atlanta, Georgia where his mother used to tell him Martin, you are as good as any child in Atlanta These words made the boy Martin dreamed high despite being born black In t Ralph Bunche Albert John Luthuli Desmond Tutu Nelson Mandela Kofi Annan Wangari Maathai Barack Obama Like Martin Luther King, Jr., they are among the black Nobel Laureates for Peace.Martin Luther King, Jr 1929 1968 was an American Baptist minister that led the African American Civil Right movement He was born in Atlanta, Georgia where his mother used to tell him Martin, you are as good as any child in Atlanta These words made the boy Martin dreamed high despite being born black In this biography, he made references for the people who he got his inspiration from Jesus Christ his mother was a devout Christian , Gandhi for his non violence ,...

  3. I came to read this book because I admittedly don t know much about Martin Luther King, Jr, and I decided that now that I m middle aged, it s high time I learn something about such an influential man And so, this book.Marshall Frady did a good job at capturing the highlights AND lowlights of King s short life, and I learned a lot One thing that annoyed me about the book, however, was the fact that Frady has an enormous vocabulary and doesn t hesitate to employ it in his writing I can t imagin I came to read this book because I admittedly don t know much about Martin Luther King, Jr, and I decided that now that I m middle aged, it s high time I learn something about such an influential man And so, this book.Marshall Frady did a good job at capturing the highlights AND lowlights of King s s...

  4. Martin Luther King, Jr was one of those Americans like Ben Franklin, George Washington, Abe Lincoln, and FDR, who, to me, were far too perfect to be interesting When we learn about these people in grade school, we are taught about how awesome and nice they were to the point they become rather dull When I got older and I started to readabout these people, I discovered their true greatness King was probably the greatest American never to hold public office, yet, had had an effect on this Martin Luther King, Jr was one of those Americans like Ben Franklin, George Washington, Abe Lincoln, and FDR, who, to me, were far too perfect to be interesting When we learn about these people in grade school, we are taught about how awesome and nice they were to the point they become rather dull When I got older and I started to readabout these people, I discovered their true greatness King was probably the greatest American never to hold public office, yet, had had an effect on this country similar to that of Franklin Roosevelt or John Marshall Unfortunately, like many great leaders of our past, King s legacy now clouds the image of who the man was When I read King s Autobiography, I felt I had come to a greater understanding of him as a person and his perspective on hims...

  5. Like that of most famous men, Martin Luther King Jr s life is one largely remembered as a series of events the Montgomery bus boycott, the Birmingham marches, his I Have a Dream speech, his march in Selma, and his assassination in Memphis While this list includes its most triumphal moments, it does little to cover the full range of his activities or the private life he lived This is what Marshall Frady provides in this brief book In a littlethan 200 pages, he conveys the span of Kin Like that of most famous men, Martin Luther King Jr s life is one largely remembered as a series of events the Montgomery bus boycott, the Birmingham marches, his I Have a Dream speech, his march in Selma, and his assassination in Memphis While this list includes its most triumphal moments, it does little to cover the full range of his activities or the private life he lived This is what Marshall ...

  6. A Life of martin luther king jr because it shows and tells the life of martin luther king jr This book is amazing to young readers if they want to learn about martin s life He is a very inspiring man and leader He changes all of our lives because if it weren t for him we would all be separated but because he did what he did we are all together as one and king, not mean He once s...

  7. Written in the flowery, vivid language of Frady, a veteran southern journalist who covered King for Newsweek in the mid 60s , this story tells the rise of King s popularity and leadership and his fight to maintain it despite a popular sway towards the movements of Malcolm X, Black Power and violent retaliation It is told in a non linear style, rarely referring to dates, often glimpsing back into King s past or foreshadowing into his future Frady s language seems to echo the sweeping drama of Written in the flowery, vivid language of Frady, a veteran southern journalist who covered King for Newsweek in the mid 60s , this story tells the rise of King s popularity and leadership and his fight to maintain it despite a popular sway towards the movements ...

  8. I really liked this book and it s representation of Dr Martin Luther King a lot The book gave a honest analysis of Martin Luther King and his life, presenting him as a civil rights leader but also as a human...

  9. Borrowed this book from a library where I use to live but moved before I had a chance to get into it, will buy it finish it off soon MLK was the Godfather architect of change not just for black people but for every ra...

  10. I don t usually enjoy reading biographies, but this book was an exception I liked that the author was honest and tried to show the good and the bad side of MLK, and even though he made some mistakes no one can deny his devoted work towards freeing the african ameri...