Critical Analysis Of Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Critical analysis article titled “Sex, Violence, and Organic Consciousness in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Donald R. Marks dissected how organic and mechanistic ideology impact in the following areas of life: relationships, social, personal. The main character, Janie, has a romantic history with four men, each unfolding different experiences and lessons. Unfortunately, as two of the four men develop a controlling manner towards her during their relationships, all of Janie’s lovers sexually violate her. Defining what is disgusting and what is passion become blurry to the character due to her perception of each man. EVALUATE HOW Reading through Marks’s analysis, I visualize the main character physically splitting two
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