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It was February again and I looked outside my window seeing everything cold and mean There is no point I can concentrate and do my homework there is nothing to relax and to be happy about Winter is oppressing me thats what it is hes holding me back just because he thinks hes stronger than spring and can do whatever he wants to do But soon spring will rise up and take over soon there will be birds and bees flying around there will be trees blooming like the sun When this time comes Ill be ready and Im going to do what I have dreamed of during the wintertime To go outside and lay down under a tree and dream of all the exciting things Im going to do during the season I will learn something new about myself and at the end when winter comes in again I will be proud of what I have achieved in this year In Zora Neale Hurstons book Their Eyes were watching God Janie a young and inexperienced 16 year old girl grew up to be an independent and wise women In the novel a lot of themes get introduces such as love transcendentalism self-discovery and oppression From all those themes the most important ones are transcendentalism love and oppression because they show clearly how Janie evolve and how she found her horizon Hurston states in her novel She searched as much of the world as she could form the front gate and leaned over to gaze up and down the road Looking waiting breathing short with impatience Waiting for the world to beginpg 11 It is a point in Janies life where she wants to experience new things to find answers to her questions and to find her true love Transcendentalism is an important theme in the novel Everything that is going on the novel has to do with nature and how she can compare her
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