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Their Eyes Were Watching God: Janie's Clothing

Summary: Describes how the clothing Janie wears at different periods of her life reflects her changes in Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God."
The evolution of Janie`s inner self is reflected in the clothing she wears throughout the book. Each article represents the type of relationship carried on with each husband that she had, and how her role as a woman was viewed by them. The author of the book, Zora Neale Hurston, used attire to demonstrate the change that is taking place in the most significant points of Janie's life, and described some of the reactions society had in effect to the clothing. Janie goes through different roles, all which give her a unique taste of what marriage can offer, and that show how a relationship can flourish further with time, or just wither away.

The first marriage Janie endured was with Logan Killicks. Through it she learned that marriage did not create love, and also had to go through the duty of being...

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