Spunk Zora Neale Hurston Analysis

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Zora Neale Hurston: an amazing author
Zora Neale Hurston, grew up in Eatonville, on the United States, and she was born in
Notasulga, Alabama, at the age of thirteen her father remarried, she had eight siblings, including her, Zora Neale Hurston is a really admired author due to her amazing poems and short stories, also her applicable themes, and impact on society.
First of all, the third short story Hurston published, “spunk”, this story is about a confident man that steals a weaker man’s wife, and the husband gets revenge after death, this story has five parts, a third person point of view, the “spunk” symbolism is about being strong, and if you want something or in this case someone fight for it no matter what you need to do, in
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Lastly, as a result of Hurston’s amazing skill and writing, she impacted society during her lifetime, she was criticized by the black community for taking funds from whites to support her writing, “she wrote about things “too black” to appeal to many whites”, in contrast, now
“Hurston’s novels and poetry are studied in literature classes in women’s studies and black studies courses”.
Overall, before I investigated this author I hated it since I don’t like to read and the short story wasn’t short for me, on the contrary, now I feel that Zora Neale Hurston was a very admirable person, she was strong with everything that happened to her, and she continued to work hard no matter who criticized her or her color of skin, she was also an amazing writings as she writes about things that happened to everyone in life, she also loved to write folklore music about her cultures and I love the fact that I got Zora Neale Hurston as my author in this research, the way that you can relate to her is the reason why you should read her novels and
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