Character Analysis: Their Eyes Were Watching God By Zora Neale Hurston

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emotions of the main character. Their Eyes Were Watching God shares the lie of Janie Crawford, a girl who is obsessed with the idea of finding true love. Throughout the whole novel she shares her emotional growth as a woman and maturity through all three of her marriages. Zora Neale Hurston planted a mental image in readers to follow along in the story. The bee and the flower are one example of imagery in this novel. The way that the bee embraced flower, stamped the idea of love and womanhood on Janie. Once Janie begins to see the relationship of the bee and flower she starts to get the idea about what marriage and love is about. Janie is seeking for independence, she begins her journey were she is able to freely express herself. This imagery shows that Janie is chasing after this idea because this is what she wants the experience of fulfillment of love, similar to what she watched the bee and the flower. “The monstropolous beast had left his bed. The two hundred miles an hour wind has loosed his chains. He seized hold of his dikes and ran forward until he met the…show more content…
Hurston was known for her novels, shorty stories and poems. She was most well-known for her novels. Zora Neale Hurston was an African American woman that was phenomenal writer during the Harlem Renaissance. In her literary work she uses symbolism and imagery to express African American culture and feminism. Hurston gained fame much fame during the Harlem Renaissance, she was writer who cherish the literature arts. Although Zora Neale Hurston received a lot of criticism when she was alive. Her literary works are today still getting recognition that she deserved. She was trying to fight for black culture rights and feminism. She was able to use her writing skills through her time to influence other African American writers. She was always be remembered for the marked she left in
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