"The Color of Water" by James McBride.
Identity: As stated in Webster's dictionary it is "the collective aspect of the set of characteristics by which a thing is defectively recognizable or known." In James McBride's book, "The Color of Water", he expands on this definition with his own experiences in search for his own true identity. With his mother, Ruth Shisky, being a white Orthodox Jew and father, Andrew McBride, a black Christian, McBride recalls his childhood struggle and confusion that was initiated from his diverse background. He writes of his own life occurrences growing up with just his white mother and 11 sibling…
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