The Color Of Water Analysis

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The Color of Water explores life in two very different perspectives, each with their own purpose and meaning of living. However, despite their vast differences, they are harmonious in a sense that these two distinct characters, James McBride and Rachel Shilsky, seeks for an identity that would ultimately satisfy their means for individuality and the awareness of their connection to the universe. For instance, James questions his true relation towards his so-called mother, as race sets them apart, and Rachel, though she omits to reveal her mysterious past, has found her value in society by her strong-will and sheer acceptance - embracing a culture that could cause personal harm to her life, yet unfazed at that. Having learned about the conflicts
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