Zora Neal Rhetorical Analysis

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In their eyes were watching god, it allows us to enter into the life of janie. Janie is one of our main characters who is longing for love. In the begining she was forced to marry and old man who she had no feelings for, she stayed hopeful that one day she would find the love she was searching for, and eventualy she did...well she atleast she thought she did.Zora Neal the author shows how even in the black community, women are treated the same as anyone else. for example when janie gets put down by her husband for talking with other men. (pg71. Time came when she fought back with her tongue as best she could, but it didnt do her any goood. he wanted her submission and he 'd keep on fighting until he did.) This qoute shows how controlling he
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