The Color of Water Essay | Essay

James McBride (writer)
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Color of Water: An Analysis of Ruth

Summary: Discusses the novel, Color of Water. Analyzes the character of Ruth McBride. Describes the hardships she faces in the text. Examines the role religion plays in her life.
Ruth McBride was a religious woman. She loved going to church. Religion played a big part role in her life. She put religion and education before anything else. The only thing she would look forward to all week was going to church on Sunday.

But religion didn't always play a positive role in her life. Made her feel different from others. Religion made her feel alienated, but it was her protector, and her love.

Religion didn't always play a positive aspect in her life. She felt different from everyone at the time. Even Jewish people were made fun of, and ridiculed at one time. She would get made fun of at school, so she wouldn't socialize with anyone. She only had one friend. She couldn't just stop being a Jew either, her father was a rabbi. Her father wouldn't let her step foot into a Protestant Church for...

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