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He could never be dead until she herself had finished feeling and thinking So much of life in its meshes She called in her soul to come and see Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston is an epic story of a young girl learning how to live and to discover an identity not through talk but through action Janie could not be told what life was like by anyone she had to go out and find out for herself and when she did she brought back a fish-net of her life and its memories Janies first marriage to Logan Killicks was not what Janie had really wanted After previously listening to the words of the trees and the wind her grandmother realizes Janie was ready for love and thus marriage 25 Janies grandmother Nanny had urged the marriage due to the fact that he could support her and create Janies identity Janie had married for the sake of another and did not love her husband Logan Killicks She used to ask herself the question Did marriage compel love like the sun the day 21 She found out through experience in her marriage that it did not She was longing for something else Logan Killicks did not give her what she desired which was really love and the joys and trials that come with it When Janie leaves Logan Killicks to follow Joe she reminds herself of what would have to be done Her old thoughts were going to come in handy now but new words would have to be made and said to fit them 32 Janie married her second husband Joe Starks and had done what society would consider marrying up Janie had done what society would say to be the better deal compared to Logan Killicks Joe Starks was considered the ideal person of status and class You come go wid me Den all de rest of yo
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