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Women should be seen but not heard In a perfect place at a perfect time a man would fall in love with a girl and they would live happily ever after However we know this is a mere dream Marriage is something that both the husband and wife must work at in order to create harmony within Without effort and equality from each side the union of a man and woman will inevitably end At the time of the publishing of Their Eyes were watching God women were expected to deal with their husbands no matter what that entailed Joe Starks in the book is the typical aggressively motivated man who knows what he wants and will use any means necessary to be on top Joe Jody Starks embraces this attitude making him a horrible second husband for Janie It is crucial to note that Jody never comes to love Janie throughout the course of their entire marriage Foremost Janie is a very independent woman who has a very imaginative mind and carefree sense about her Janie appears to be the ideal woman of the times a young beautiful and supposedly simple-minded woman She is the perfect girl for the part of Mayors wife Janie is a prize to be won and Jody will do whatever it takes to win her over Jody is very charming to Janie when she first meets him Unlike her husband Logan Jody is youthful spirited and ambitious At this point in Janies life she is ready for anything as long as it is something new and exciting Jody represents that and more He is the perfect candidate for a husband They start off as a happily married couple ready to conquer the world In the beginning he pampers Janie buying her the best things the butcher had like apples and a glass lantern full of candie Hurston Subsequently this charade of complete euphoria comes to a halt
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