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In Hurstons Their Eyes Were Watching God there are many strong emotions conveyed to the readers so that the overall message of if a person is in love that love can change them time and time again making the best at times and the worst at times Throughout out the novel the character of Janie went through many changes as she moved on in her relationships As the novel progressed she moved from young naive to socially active but obeying wife to a free spirited women ready for it all This is why this novel is so popular because it expresses the changes many women go through in love These changes include many big events and changes in Janies life Her life is complicated and requires someone to make her feel free again and it does happen at one point but it doesnt start off that way In the beginning her first husband was very protective and she was very naive They got married and at the time Janie didnt love Logan but her Nanny told her that after they were married she would love him She soon realizes that she truly doesnt love him and she comes to her Nanny to ask her why doesnt she love him yet Cause you told me Ah mus gointer love him and and Ah dont Maybe if somebody was to tell me how Ah could do it Hurston 23 The Nanny goes on to explain how fortunate to have a man of that caliber with a house paid for sixty acres of land and how she has money with him Janis soon realized many things about herself marriage and life and love in general The familiar people and things had failed her so she hung over the gate and looked up the road towards way off She knew now that marriage did not make love Janies first dream was dead so she became a woman Hurston
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