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Essay | Analysis of the Character of Janie from "The Stranger"

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Analysis of the Character of Janie from "The Stranger"

Summary: Essay focuses on voice and describes how Janie (the main character) changes throughout her various monogamous relationships in the novel "The Stranger" by Albert Camus.
Within every relationship a person experiences, one always walks away with a little growth and knowledge in the end. People come out of every relationship they undergo with a new attitude and viewpoint of the opposite sex and most importantly, a completely separate voice than that of which they started with. In the novel Their Eye's Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, the main character, Janie Mae Crawford, exposes herself to three separate men. Janie's demeanor, character, lifestyle and attitude all change within each relationship. Janie's voice changes with every man she has a relationship with, weather it be her first husband Logan Killicks, her second, Joe Starks, or her third, TeaCake.

Janie was never too happy with the idea of marrying Logan Killicks, but did it anyway with a voice of confidence. With marrying Logan, Janie has an attitude...

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