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    Janie As A Woman

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    The novel presents a story of an African American woman, Janie Crawford. It shows her struggle in which she fights for acceptance and a sense of security. Throughout the novel, her growth into womanhood is presented. At the beginning, Janie is depicted as a shy and withdrawn woman who is not inclined to speak about her emotions and feelings. Her voice is often stifled, and, as a result, she remains unheard and unnoticed. She feels that her community ignores her. She could not define herself as a

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    Janie Characterization

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    Joe is a very wealthy, smart, successful businessman that is jealous of Janie, unlike Tea Cake who has full trust in her. Janie begins to realize how much power Joe has after becoming mayor. “Janie soon began to feel the impact of awe and envy against her sensibilities” (46). Early in their marriage, Janie can already see how controlling Joe is going to be over her. It’s not that he doesn’t love her, but he is just simply jealous. He cannot stand for the spotlight to be on anybody but himself. Janie’s

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    Gatsby And Janie

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    Fitzgerald and Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, the main characters, Gatsby and Janie, respectively, are in search of their soulmates that they believe represent their idea of true love. They both strive to find their soulmates, though the restrictive societies they live in make it difficult for them to find what they are looking for in love. Another similarity between Gatsby and Janie is that they were willing to do almost anything to find true love. But in the end, no matter how

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    Janie Silence

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    In this novel, Janie do go through “silence” in her marriage with Jody (Major Starks) the man she left when she was married to Logan, he first husband. In the “silence” Janie takes with Jody there were many things that Jody did to Janie. Jody was the boss of Janie and told her what and what not to do. I will give details on how it all started from the beginning of the marriage to the end of it all together. In the beginning, Janie meet Jody as she spies a good-looking, sharply dressed stranger ambling

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    Janie Themes

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    and finding a voice. The first theme of love is portrayed throughout the entire novel. Janie falls in love with many guys, and is also forced to love a man. The high point of this theme can be seen at the ending of the novel when Janie kills Tea Cake, the narrator says, “Janie held his head tightly to her breast and wept and thanked him wordlessly for giving her the chance for loving service” (184). While Janie kills Tea Cake, she did it to protect herself, and because she wanted to put him out of

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    Eulogy For Janie

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    Logan killicks the older man that was going with janie. He was a wealthy old man he had over 60 acres of land but i can not see myself relate toward logan the way he was old and mean to his lady. Also the way he talked to janie and he was a woman beater and i can’t relate towards that,reason being is he did many things or handled things wrong the only thing i can see myself honestly being like logan is how he owned the shop and the way i can relate to that is i can see myself owning a business

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    Janie Chapter Summaries

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    there is a big baseball game in Winter Park and Janie stays back by herself to work in the store. A man walks into the store just as it is about to close and they completely hit it off. After he invites Janie to play checkers and she does not know how to, so he teaches her. Janie starts to get really excited because she feels he is everything a woman could want in a man. They talk and joke around the whole night and ends up walking Janie home. By the end of the chapter, we know his name is Vergible

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    Janie Remilliards

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    SCHOLARS FEATURED IN MY AREA OF CONCENTRATION Scholar 1 Dr. Janine Remilliard “Is an Associate Professor and a primary faculty in the Teacher Education program, and the Teaching, Learning and Leadership Division, in Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. She was awarded an Early Career research grant from the National Science Foundation to support her project”. Learning to Teach Mathematics in Urban Classrooms and is involved in many projects, such as directing a number

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    Janie The Horizon Symbol

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    whether it be good or bad. Janie’s first husband was Logan Killicks, and their marriage was arranged by Nanny because she thought that just because he was rich and respected, they should be married and not because they loved each other. Nanny told Janie that eventually she would grow to love Logan but as time passed she never did. She learns that marriage is a commitment that two people who love each other should make. Her second marriage was

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    What Is Janie Wrong

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    Throughout the whole book Janie was with black people that treated her wrong and did her bad. They always had Janie doing what they wanted her to do she could never do what she wanted she might have thought she was but she wasn’t doing it. Everyone she was with all had a special reason for her to be around. All of them always thought they knew what was best for her. They never once stopped and tried letting her decide the things she wanted to do. The whites are not the ones holding the black folks

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