The Color of Water Essay | Essay

James McBride (writer)
This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Color of Water and Their Eyes Were Watching God.
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The Color of Water and Their Eyes Were Watching God: A Comparison

Summary: Analyzes and compares of the two books The Color of Water and Their Eyes Were Watching God. Describes how these two stories both show the struggles that both of these characters went through, and how they faced and dealt with them, that eventually affected their future and destiny.
Fair and long legged, Janie Crawford(Their Eyes Were Watching God), and the mysterious James Mcbride(The Color of Water), both African Americans that dealt with problems most of their lives. Janie Crawford lived with her nanny on a plantation shack, to falling in love and marrying three different people, who had three different looks on life. James Mcbride lived with 11 siblings, and his white mother who cared for all of them. These two stories both show the struggles that both of these characters went through, and how they faced and dealt with them, that eventually affected their future and destiny.

Independent Janie Crawford had many decisions in her life that affected her well-being. Living with her nanny in the backyard of Mr. and Mrs. Washburn house until she is sixteen, and than forced by her nanny to marry a boy named Logan Killics. Janie didn't love him...

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