Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay | A Womans Worth

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Summary: The title "Their Eyes Were Watching God," signifies the struggles that the people in the story must go through and who is the power that brings them to or from it. I feel that the "God" in the title takes on many roles depending on the person, place and point in time. It involves all of the characters in the story in one way or another.

A Woman's Worth

The title "Their Eyes Were Watching God," signifies the struggles that the people in the story must go through and who is the power that brings them to or from it. I feel that the "God" in the title takes on many roles depending on the person, place and point in time. It involves all of the characters in the story in one way or another.

The story starts off with Janie coming back to town after some time away. While some of the women in the town sit around, they watch and talk about her while her friend Pheoby goes to her. Janie and Pheoby are happy to see each other, but Pheoby question her as to what has been going on since she's been gone and Janie correctly guesses that the town women had inquiring minds. So she begins her story from...

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