Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay | Student Essay

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Breaking through Boundaries: "Their Eyes Were Watching God"

Summary: This essay is about "Their Eyes Were Watching God" written by Zora Neale Hurston. This essay is about having to break through boundaries and the pains that occur while breaking through these "walls."
"I am not sure if a man can explain excitement to another person. It is an emotion that is probably different to all of us. We experience excitement for a lot of different reasons; love, hate, rage, sadness, compassion. The excitement of hunting comes from the idea of being able to outwit the game. Hunting has influenced me in that it has given me a deep appreciation of nature and an excitement beyond belief." When I asked TnClayton, from tndeer.com, why he loved the outdoors, this response matched my feelings completely. I have been in the country ever since I was a small child, and ever since, the country has held a special place in my life. The country and the city each hold a part, neither more important than the other; however, it has not always been easy to allow...

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