Women's Struggles In Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Let Her Blossom Women have always been subject to much scrutiny and hardships. Women must take on the roll males cannot endeavor on. Each individual woman has experienced a period of growth-both physically and emotionally, and through their experiences of the so called, "daily duties" and,"typical engagements." Zora Neal Hurston essentially manuscripted the complete development of a woman: each stage symbolized effectively by some aspect of the novel's story. She depicts the hardships and trials of any woman, despite race. Likewise, Tannen similarly expands on the hardships of woman. In her novel “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” Hurston illustrates the trials of a woman through typical experiences of an oppressed woman, and symbolism

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