According to "How It Feels to Be Colored Me," in what ways does race shape Hurston's sense of identity?

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In "How It Feels to Be Colored Me ," Hurston relays to the reader the ways in which race has shaped her sense of identity.  Hurston says that up until she was 13-years-old, race played no factor in her sense of identity.  She grew up in a predominantly black town, Eatonville,...

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