During this time, the philosophies of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau faded as the post-war era of social realism began to dominate American culture and American literature. Thus, Their Eyes, published in… Black Culture During the Harlem Renaissance, writers, especially black ones, portrayed the black culture and style in their writing. They used black assumptions, generalizations and stereotypes to show, what they thought was, the black culture. Not all of this was far from the truth.
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As Janie and her best friend Phoebe sit on the porch in . Janie, the main character of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, acts as the novel main vehicle for thematic commentary.
Hurston uses Janie’s account of her story to Phoebe as the driving force in the narrative. . Read the excerpt from Their Eyes Were Watching God. Mrs. Turner finally rose to go after being very firm about several other viewpoints of either herself, her son or her brother.
She begged Janie to drop in on her anytime, but never once mentioning Tea Cake. Janie suffers under Joe's iron rule and is forced to keep silent, refrain from associating with the locals, hide her beautiful hair, and putter around the store.
Basically, Joe keeps Janie socially and emotionally isolated.
Their Eyes Were Watching God (), a novel, Tell My Horse (), a blend of travel writing and anthropology based on her investigations of voodoo in Haiti, and Moses, Man of the Mountain (), a novel, firmly established her as a major author. The Impact of Hurston's Life Experiences on the Character Janie in Their Eyes Were Watching God Words 4 Pages The novel Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston explores the life of an African American woman from the south who is trying to find herself. In Their Eyes Were Watching God, Miss Hurston has fulfilled the early promise of her first books. Her writing is of the essence of poetry, deeply communicative, possessed of a primitive rhythm that speaks truly to the consciousness even before thought can form.
Final Comments It is significant that Their Eyes Were Watching God is a frame-story. Janie's story is that of a black woman's quesi for personal integrity. Her telling of the story to an understanding and educable listener makes possible the integration of her inside and outside, because it is through this "revelation" that Janie is enabled to.
Beneath this surface plot, however, Hurston depicts the white world of postwar America as a profoundly diseased one, a direct contrast to the ideal Black world of the Everglades that she had painted in Their Eyes Were Watching God.