Voice Analysis of Janie, main character of Theire Eyes Were Watching God
Throughout Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Janie's voice makes a drastic evolution, changing from a confined, timid and sometimes lifeless Janie early in the book, into a more sociable, original and expressive Janie near the end. Her grandmother, who partially limited her extents and forced her marriage to Logan Killicks upon her early in the book, conquered her life before the book's beginning and near the beginning. Janie's voice in Their Eyes Were Watching God is impacted by all the different emotional events that she endures, and throughout all of her three marriages…
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