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Around the narrative of Ruth McBride Jordan, a.k.a. Rachel Deborah Shilsky, the daughter of an angry, failed Orthodox Jewish rabbi in the South, her son James writes of the inner confusions he felt as a black child of a white mother and of the love and faith with which his mother surrounded their large family. The result is a powerful portrait of growing up, a meditation on race and identity, and a poignant, beautifully crafted hymn from a son to his mother.

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The Color of Water 2001, Phoenix Audio.

ISBN-13: 9781590400159

Audiobook cassette

The Color of Water 1999, Audio Literature

ISBN-13: 9780787120573

Abridged

Audiobook cassette

Color of Water 1997, Hachette Australia, Sydney

ISBN-13: 9780733605758

Mass-market paperback

The Color of Water 1996, Riverhead Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781573220224

Hardcover