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Things have come to a boiling point in Janies miserable marriage with her husband Logan Killicks She is completely unhappy every single day spent with him and why shouldnt she be this path wasnt one she chose for herself but instead one that was chosen for her Her husband treats her more like a worker than a wife and he expects so much of her yet she is still basically a child Logan expects too much from his young wife and he believe she is too spoiled Furthermore after being in such a tense environment things have recently gotten out of control Logan has threaten to kill Janie for disobeying his orders this time of all things to help him move a pile of manure while she was making him his breakfast Confused Janie stands in the middle of the kitchen so many thoughts raising through her head not sure what to really do but one thing is certain she is unhappy with her current life with Logan and she sees no clear way to make her marriage fulfill her in a way that she can accept it and to make things more complicated she has met Joe Starks a younger man that she had affectionately named Jody a man with big dreams that she first met while peeling potatoes in the yard near the road Since then she has been seeing Jody behind her husbands back but she is uncertain of her feelings towards him although Jody has promised her that he will treat her right that she will never have to work and he will make her happy for the rest of her life if she runs off and marries him So now Janie is left with three options to stay with Logan to kill Logan or run away with JodyTo begin with Janies Grandmother Nanny raised Janie and wanted her to go to school get an education and become someone important unlike
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