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Their Eyes Were Watching God Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Tea Cake's old boss in the railroad stops in Jacksonville promises him a job, so he sends for Janie, who takes the early train in a pretty blue dress, with only a few of the townspeople out yet to bear witness. At Phoeby's advice, she pins two hundred dollars inside her shirt and does not tell Tea Cake about it, just in case. Just off the train, she marries him, and they spend the night together in the room he has rented. The next morning, she sends him out to get some fish before she is ready to get up. A little while later, she rises, finding that the two hundred dollars is gone. Janie waits all day and all night, thinking of the ugly widow Annie Tyler, who took up with all kinds of young boys until she finally left town with Who Flung, a good-for-nothing...

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