Zora Neale Hurston
Review: Their Eyes Were Watching God Fair and longlegged, independent and articulate, Janie Crawford sets out to be her own person no mean feat for a black woman in the '30s. Janie's quest for identity takes her through three marriages and into a journey back to her roots.
THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD I loved Jonah's Gourd Vine — thought some of her short stories very fine — and feel that this measures up to the promise of the early books. Authentic picture of Negroes, not in relation to white people but to each other. An ageing grandmother marries off her granddaughter almost a child to a middle-aged man for security — and she leaves him when she finds that her dreams are dying, and goes
Awesome Once I started this book it was very hard to put it down or to forget about the characters. This book was very well written.
Their eyes were watching God Hard to understand at first, but once you get the hang of the language everything just makes sense... This was truly a beautifully written book.. Made me tear up :-)
I love it read this book twice! very touching
Review: Their Eyes Were Watching God Janie was badass up until she met Tea Cake. Then it was "Feminism? What feminism?"