Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay

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Ayanna Williams Process Page For this essay, I chose Option B. I chose this option because it talks about love. It talks about if Janie and Tea Cake have an ideal relationship. Their relationship is stable and calm, unlike her previous ones. In this essay, I will explain how I believe Tea Cake and Janie’s relationship is ideal and contrast their relationship with one of her previous ones. To me, this essay was easy to write. I was concerned how I would expand on it more. But, I got it now. I was excited to write about Tea Cake and Janie’s relationship because they have an adventurous relationship. Even though they have their ups and downs they show it by supporting each other. He showed her how to live life, be free and she loved him for that. Ayanna Williams Their Eyes Were Watching God Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), was an American novelist, folklorist and anthropologist. She published novels, essays, and short stories. She is best known for her 1937 novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God. Zora Neale Hurston will be remembered for all her wondrous work. The marriage between Janie and Tea Cake represents the ideal relationship. An ideal relationship is a relationship where you feel loved and appreciated by your partner. It is a relationship where someone can accept you for you, including your flaws and good qualities. Tea Cake and Janie has a stable relationship. When Janie meets Tea Cake, Janie has already begun to develop a strong, proud sense of her. Ever since the moment under the pear tree, Janie has known that she will find what she is searching for only through love. In Tea Cake she finds a creative personality who enjoys probing the world around him and respects that Janie needs to develop. Instead of stifling her personality, he encourages it, introducing her experiences and

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