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"Janie's Journey on the Road to Love"

Summary: This essay focuses on Janie's relationship with men, and her journey on the road to find love in Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God."
Janie Crawford is the protagonist of "Their Eyes Were Watching God" during the course of the novel, Janie searches for love, and marries three times. Each marriage helps Janie define her own desires and goals in life. Janie gets her definition of love from nature, when she witnesses the "marriage" between the pear tree and the bee. Now that she knows what she is searching for, Janie is determined to find it, and she will settle for nothing less. Yet, she doesn't find her definition of love until she is about forty years of age.

Janie's first husband, Logan Killicks was chosen by Nanny. Nanny and Janie's views of marriage were completely different. Nanny sees marriage as a chance for Janie to escape from poverty and abuse, and also, a chance to live a grand life. Marriage to Nanny is like...

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