Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay | Literary Analysis of "Their Eyes Were Watching God"

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Literary Analysis of "Their Eyes Were Watching God"

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of "Their Eyes Were Watching God."
There are no three written rules for writing a good book. I believe it's based on personal opinion of what you'd like in a book. I like a book that is satisfying the whole way through with a lot of dialogue. Others may want the happy Cinderella fairy tail and thus being the reason why we have bookstores to satisfy everyone's wants. It's like Janie finding the perfect husband, what she sees as perfect might not be perfect to others. Furthermore, Pheoby tells her that people are talking about how Tea Cake's only after her money, but Janie's reply is, "Still and all Ah'd ruther be wid Tea Cake." Despite it all, if there were to be one book, to fit everyone's needs it would have to be Their Eyes Were Watching God.

Reading a predictable book is like watching a predictable...

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