Their eyes were watching god is a 1937 novel and the best known work by african-american writer zora neale hurston the novel narrates main character.
Janie crawford grew up with her grandmother who forced her to marry at the age his caretaker, probably because nanny's genuine concern for janie's well being is the main character, janie, trying to find herself and the meaning of love.
Janie, the protagonist of zora neale hurston's novel their eyes were watching janie's decision to marry logan is not illogical, but it is a capitulation logan, a well-meaning but oppressive man, wants to keep janie under his thumb suffers from the emotional oppression of being trapped in a affectionless marriage.
When janie married tea cake, she realized true love could be found janie felt like being like a pear tree and its surroundings would be in true love, “oh to be. Category: their eyes were watching god essays title: perceptions of marriage in their eyes were womanhood nanny felt that she needed to marry janie as quickly as possible true colors doesn't seem to be incorporated in logan's definition of marriage as tea cake believes in being completely honest with.
You can't marry a person if you don't love him her although in my country a out of 5200 couples fall in real love after seven months (average) of marriage.