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A Study Guide for Their Eyes Were Watching God

Summary: Provides an extensive analysis of key events, symbols and quotations from the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, by African American author by Zora Neale Hurston.
  1. The framing of the story is set up so the story starts and ends at the same place. This is important because it gives a lot of meaning and insight to Janie's experiences. Janie has already grown old, and met the challenges of her life. The story is presented as more of Janie telling the story than Hurston narrating the story to the readers. When the story begins, the reader creates an immediate impression of Janie being a negative person as the women gossip about her on the porch ("She's too old for a boy like Tea Cake." Pg.3). As the readers go through her life they change their first impression and look at her in a different light.
  2. Janie and Pheoby need each other, as Janie needs to open her heart out and tell someone about the real story instead...

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