Their Eyes Were Watching God - Study Guide Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Janie is home one day when bands of Seminoles start moving past, followed by fleeing animals. One of the Seminoles tells her a hurricane is coming. Soon, many of the workers decide to leave for Palm Beach, but Tea Cake and Janie, along with some of their friends, decide to stay. Tea Cake is sure the weather will clear, and he does not want to lose a day of work. Soon, though, it becomes clear they should have left. They huddle inside the house with their friend Motor Boat, listening to the battering wind and the thunder, waiting for daylight that does not come. Tea Cake asks Janie if she is mad at him for bringing her to the 'Glades, but she tells him no—many people never see light at all, but she was fumbling around in the dark and God opened the door. Whatever is...

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