Massie heads out for a run while it is lightning and gets severely burned. Massie has the option to get a face transplant because parts of her face are literally burned off. Massie starts to realize that things with her and Chirag will never be the same, and decides to break up with him. Adam helps Massie learn how to accept what she is now and not what she was before. Massie goes to her last prom, slow dances with Chirag, and kisses him causing his friend “date” to get mad.
In the introduction of the story, gossipers of the community blether Janie about her looks and her reason for returning to Maitland she ran off with TeaCake. Pheoby observed the love between Janie and Joe Starks, but she was only an outsider looking in. She did not know every aspect of their relationship, only a facet that Janie allowed her to see. Based on what she was able to see she believed Joe and Janie had the best love. Janie dismissed
Instead she must watch on as the love of her life marries her sister. Mama Elena’s insistent pressure and scrutiny cause Tita to lose hope and become withdrawn from life, ignoring housework and other duties to become despondent in a dovecote. The change between Tita’s initially hopeful outlook on love and later on her negative outlook is due to her mother’s oppression. Likewise, Their Eyes Were Watching God demonstrate Janie’s changing views of love. At first, Janie believes love will develop during a marriage.
As time pass Janie grows tired of waiting and being with Joe. Still she stays with him because she has the hope that he will change. Joe Starks in the other hand sees Janie as his ticket to get know by more people, including the porch people, and to recieve more property. He like demanding Janie, “Janie, Ah reekon you better go fetch me dem old black gaiters,”(C.6 P.57) but deep inside he still feels something for Janie. Their respected because Joe is mayor and Janie is Mrs.Mayor Janie.
Now Jack is living with his daughter and granddaughter who easily let him settle into their fun and loving world. He is in heaven in this family, reminded of the pain of his past family, but able to enjoy pleasure of his present. He is able to give his granddaughter the middle name Janina, though he never tells another soul about his sister because the pain is too much. His identity, which has switched many times throughout the book, is finally, safely solid. In the arms of his granddaughter, he is
From a young age, many people are told that they have free will to do what they want and that their actions are what define them as a person; however, what people are told isn’t always the complete truth. In the realms of reality, individuals are always influenced by the people they spend the most time around to such an extent that it can change who they are as a person. Zora Neale Hurston 's novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, epitomizes such truth through the development of Janie, a women who grows from not knowing her own race or what love even means to someone that has gained and lost countless relationships with people. Initially, she marries a wealthy man named Logan Killicks for financial security, but then runs away with a man named
With that she uses the theme to be betrayal, repentance and forgiveness. Hurston makes it more suspenseful with the lightheartedness kind of tone. The story starts off loving and turns a bit sour. In the beginning, Missie May and Joe were laughing, playing, and loving. Joe brought home some candy kisses for May and many more gifts to express his love for her.
He never told her how often he had seen the other men figuratively in it as she went about things in the store.” This scene obviously exhibited that Joe wound up plainly desirous of how Janie’s appearance, particularly her hair, was appealing to other men in the store. Subsequently, Joe made the move of containing Janie to tie up her hair so no other individual would be pulled in to Janie. Withal, Joe without a doubt hindered Janie’s magnificence, independence, and sexuality by not enabling her to exhibit her actual excellence and constraining her to tie her hair up. Also, Joe’s harsh strategies additionally displayed the specialist he had over Janie and his perspective of Janoe as his
Logan’s statements before about how he was too good for her really made her think about what she wanted and she decided to leave. Janie’s decision could be seen as good if you believe that she should be able to make her own decisions and decide based off her own happiness, but not necessarily others’. You could also see it as a bad decision if you think that she should not have just left Logan for Joe because she was angry. In the beginning of their relationship,
With Logan, Janie is trying to find the sweet harmony within her marriage to be at ease with nature. She doesn 't care how much land Logan owns, all she wants from Logan is to find a connection between them. Janie tries to achieve her goal through the horizon where maybe some miracle might happen where strangers end up in love. The death of Nanny alerted Janie 's conscience where Janie saw pass the beauty and pleasure in the world and found gray dust around her world. In her marriage with Logan she knows some people were never meant to be in loved and marriage did not fortified love.
If they at out of order then they are severely punished. Janie's Nany ignores her feeling towards love and forces her to marry a man she is very unhappy with named Jody. Jody treats janie very poorly and yet again Janie must be silent. On one occasion Janie gets pushed past her breaking point and finally speaks her mind.
Janie didn 't start living until Joe died and she met Teacake. With Teacake Janie felt alive, they understood and respected each other. Their marriage was full of love and compassion, two things that Janie always wanted. Her marriage with Teacake ended in a tragedy, but Janie felt like she lived a life full of new beginnings, and she was content with that. All the men in Janie’s life
“Looking, waiting, breathing short with impatience. Waiting for the world to be made” (11). Janie’s first dream is love. She believes that with love she can feel complete and happy. However, it takes Janie three marriages to finally experience true love.
He becomes Mayor of the town he started and tries to makes Janie suppress her spirit. A symbol of the suppression is the head rag that he insists that Janie wears in the store. She as not to show people her hair and Joe did not want her talking to the townspeople. “He didn't want her talking after such trashy people. “ You’se Mrs. Mayor Starks, Janie.”
One of the universal themes of literature is the idea that children suffer because of the mistakes of an earlier generation. The novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God" follows the story of Janie Mae Crawford through her childhood, her turbulent and passionate relationships, and her rejection of the status quo and through correlation of Nanny 's life and Janie 's problems, Hurston develops the theme of children 's tribulations stemming from the teachings and thoughts of an earlier generation. Nanny made a fatal mistake in forcibly pushing her own conclusions about life, based primarily on her own experiences, onto her granddaughter Janie and the cost of the mistake was negatively affecting her relationship with Janie. Nanny lived a hard life and she made a rough conclusion about how to survive in the world for her granddaughter, provoked by fear. " Ah can’t die easy thinkin’ maybe de menfolks white or black is makin’ a spit cup outa you: Have some sympathy fuh me.