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In 1937 Richard Wright critiqued a novel by Zora Neale Hurstons Their Eyes Were Watching God in which he stated Her novel carries no theme no message no thought The modern reader does believe that the novel contains a theme message and thought There are many themes expressed through out the novel which send massages and thoughts Many people believe that jealousy love and fulfillment are themes expressed widely in the novel Jealousy spoils positive hope might be on of the more common themes in this novel During Janies life she searched for love but what was often encounter were obstacles although when Janie was on the road to fulfillment she discovered it is a very long walk Jealousy is part of everyones life it is encounter even when one does not see anything to be jealous about Joe Starks Jody was Janies second husband and also the Mayor of Eatonville Even though Jody was the Mayor everyone like his wife better realizing this he instructed Janie not to associate with more than a few people at time when he was not around If Janie did the slightest thing wrong Jody would pounce on her as if he was a cougar One night Janie was asked by Mixon a neighbor of theirs to cut a plug of tobacco Janie cut the plug incorrectly to tease Janie about it Mixon shouted Looka heah Brother Mayor whut yo wife done took and done Uh woman and uh knife-no kind of uh knife dont blong tuhgether Jody ran over to the counter and cut another plug Mixon while doing this he insulted Janie about her looks That night Janie could not accept any more insults for Jody instead she started to belittle him Jody was very jealous that Janie did not grow old as fast as he did so Jody constantly picked on Janies appearance Jody did not get mad at her he just was jealous of
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