Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
in, Their Eyes Were Watching God is a novel that follows the character of Janie Crawford as she evolves through each unique event that occurs in her life leading to the strong theme of self-discovery that the author vividly portrays through metaphorical language. In each marriage she learns valuable lessons, and has progressively better relationships and realizes how a person is to live his or her life.
<Tab/>In Janies's marriage to Logan Killicks it was the first stage in her development as a women. She hoped that her forced marriage with Logan would end her sorrow. She want…
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