JoeyPinkney.com Book Review
Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter
By Michele L. Waters
4 of 5 Stars
On the surface, Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter by Michele L. Waters seemed like a tale of a husband and wife exhibiting the racial friction that’s the best known secret in America. However, Waters contributed a piece of literature that is simultaneously deeper than the racial divide between whites and blacks, yet fueled by the simplicity of racism. On one side, Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter showed the nuances and complexities wrought by interracial marriages. Throughout the book, the reader will be racing through the pages, mouth agape at the horrid details conjured by Waters with the main character Britney Adams leading the way.
The relationship which brought together Brittney Adams’ parents was of anything but convenience. Richard Adams married Marilyn at a time in Continue reading JoeyPinkney.com Book Review: Through the Eyes of My Mulatto Daughter by Michele L. Waters