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Their Eyes Were Watching God

Summary: "Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zora Neale Hurston is an amazing novel. It is a fictional novel with realistic experiences of Blacks. The theme of this book is: stand up for yourself, or life and all that's in it will run over you. In the beginning there was a prime person who ran over Janie, that is her husband Joe.
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"Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zora Neale Hurston is an amazing novel. It is a fictional novel with realistic experiences of Blacks. This novel has 19 chapters (193 pages) and is not part of a series. The novel begins on a porch, in Eatonville, FL around the 1930's, with the main character Janie telling her story to her best friend Phoebe. Nanny is her grandmother, Logan is the first and oldest man who married her. Joe is the second man who married her and Tea Cake is the last man she ran off with, and the Porch Sitters are the gossipy people of the town. Janie arrives home after a long trip telling her life to Phoebe. Throughout this trip, Janie has a hard time finding individualism and her identity. She went through hell high and low to...

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