The Crucible

The Color of Water – Chapters 10–12

Summary Chapter 10—School James reflects upon his, and his siblings, early conceptions about Judaism. They were not familiar with this element of their mothers background, and they had only vague impressions, and often misconceptions, of Judaism. However, James comments that at times his mothers attitudes consciously or unconsciously reflected her upbringing. For example, her absolute …

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