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

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

Summary: Explains Janie's marriages in Zora Neale Hurston's novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God" and describes each marriage's strengths and weaknesses.
In Janie's first marriage to Logan Killicks, she thinks love will just happen. She is convinced to marry Logan for all the wrong reasons, including satisfying other's wants and taking the safe road rather than look for true love. When Janie discovers what she has done, she becomes very upset and goes to talk her grandmother about it. The only strength Janie gets from this marriage is that she gains the desire for more. The weakness in the marriage was the lack of love. Janie ignored reality and got married, only to that love does not just happen. She could not just accept that she did not love Logan. She realized she needed to find true love.

Janie's second marriage was to escape the first. Joe promised to make her a women. He gave her things and a position in the town...

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