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Essay | "Their Eyes Were Watching God": Janie's Marriages

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"Their Eyes Were Watching God": Janie's Marriages

Summary: Analyzes Zora Neale Hurston's novel, "There Eyes Were Watching God." Discusses the character of Janie. Describes the symbolism and significance of each of her three marriages.
In Zora Neale Hurston's, "There Eyes Were Watching God", Janie is the main character who has three different marriages. Each of these three men has something that initially pulls her towards them. The three men differ from one another and she learns from each of these marriages. Each of these marriages brought her experience that made her wise, knowledge. For each of these marriages, there is a symbol that represents that marriage and man. As time goes on, each of these symbols are revealed and later thrown away or destroyed.

In her first marriage, she marries Logan Killicks. In the beginning, she had a horizon (dream). Her horizon was to marry a man because of love, but her grandmother wanted Janie to live her dream. Nanny, the grandmother, wanted to sit on the high chair, but Janie was bored and lonely...

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This section contains 651 words
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