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How is love to influence our lives Love-struck people do crazy things to express how they care for that particular person yet it is a long and windy road to these actions It is down this path that experience spawns and trouble and happiness are felt Janie Crawford of Zora Neale Hurstons Their Eyes Were Watching God shows the road through the steps of her three relationships These relationships though not fulfilling ones conclude in bettering Janies search and understanding of lifeJohnny Taylor Janies first kiss and gatekeeper to her future When Janie was sixteen she embarked on a sexual awakening Johnny Taylor was a poor young man who lived in the Florida area Janie allowed him to kiss her over the fence Unfortunately Nanny saw everything With Nannys horrendous background of sinful deeds done to her she wanted the best for Janie As she saw the kiss the doors of life opened for Janie and Nanny wasnt going to have her make the same mistakes that she had Yet Nanny had been impregnated under the circumstances of being a slave and this was not the case for Janie Nanny stated that black women were the mules of the world but she didnt want Janie to be a mule She wanted to see Janie in a secure situation before she died and Logan Killicks could provide that Janie did not want to marry Logan but she did so because Nanny told her that she would eventually come to love him Ironically Logan wanted to force Janie into the servitude that Nanny feared Also he was disappointed that Janie never returned his affection and attraction If he could not possess her through love he would possess her by demanding her submission At heart his actions arose from the fear that Janie would leave him Two months after her marriage to Logan Janie visited Nanny to ask when she would start loving him Nanny berated Janie for
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