This causes him to try to kill Janie, so she is forced to shot him. Have some sympathy fuh me. She has now found her true self as she has lived her life to the fullest, having no regrets at all. As she scolds him, he passes away. Jody views Janie as a trophy, a projection of his wealth and power.
But Nanny belonged to that other kind that loved to deal in scraps. She was sad and afraid too. In a way she turned her back upon the image where it lay and looked further. But she had been whipped like a cur dog, and run off down a back road after things. He was a glance from God. It also makes Hurston's novel even rarer and similarly powerful--Hurston tells a story of great importance despite the fact that her own voice was as marginalized as Janie's.
Before her three marriages, Janie was very naïve about love. Then, she married Jody believing it was a path to something bigger. Turner likes her in particular and wants her to marry her brother, which makes Tea Cake jealous and upset. Her journey is complete because Janie finally found the true-meaning in life and is no longer searching for her horizons. She fantasizes about becoming a prominent contributor to the rich social circles of the town.
Some people could look at a mud-puddle and see an ocean with ships. Janie also love his willingness to make her his equal. Jody and Janie move to Eatonville where Jody becomes mayor. She knew that God tore down the old world every evening and built a new one by sun-up. She has been summoned to behold a revelation. She is utterly and completely at one with herself and does not care what society thinks, which gives her the confidence to deviate from her traditional role as a southern woman. Her breath was gusty and short.
He arrives in Eatonville as a fun-loving man who quickly falls for Janie's beauty and charm. Janie despises the custom that a widow must be in mourning for a certain amount of time because in her mind, she doesn't miss Joe so why should she pretend? She saw a dust-bearing bee sink into the sanctum of a bloom; the thousand sister-calyxes arch to meet the love embrace and the ecstatic shiver of the tree from root to tiniest branch creaming in every blossom and frothing with delight. Although Janie fears that she is too old for Tea Cake, she cannot help but fall in love with this man. Nanny did this same thing with Janie by having her marry Logan Killicks because Nanny thought that by having Janie marrying a man that could provide for her would give her financial security which was something that Nanny thought was one of the most important things in life after living a life of slavery and having to hid in a swamp with her daughter after being raped my her master. One day, after Jody insults her appearance, she asserts herself and turns him into a shell of a man when she tells the townspeople what kind of man he really is — impotent and ugly.
Fancy's mother was willing to put her daughter into that kind of life in order to protect her from the life she had already experienced. Love is lak de sea. But Sam told her different, so she knew. Everyone has separate ideas of what marriage should be. They became lords of sounds and lesser things. She knew the world was a stallion rolling in the blue pasture of ether. She adores him, as he adores her.
It was all according to the way you see things. Turner, the bigoted restaurant owner, judges Janie. Been standing there before there was a where or a when or a then. It just made Joe do more. White society's general lack of interest in the histories of black women frequently has kept them from voicing their experiences.
For instance, the words of the trees and the wind. Logan Killicks can offer this child security with his 60-acre potato farm. Ah done been tuh de horizon and back and now Ah kin set heah in mah house and live by comparisons. Otherwise they would not be worshipped. For Janie, the protagonist, it is love that plays the key role in her self-actualization.
They are the Act of Speaking, Seeking Horizons, and Confidence to Deviate from Traditional Roles. It was wonderful to see it take form with the sun and emerge from the gray dust of its making. For example, have you ever stopped in your tracks one day to ask yourself, 'Who am I? She had an inside and an outside now and suddenly she knew how not to mix them. She further asserts herself by wearing overalls in an era where all women dressed in dresses. She wants to introduce her to her brother. As a former slave, Nanny's idea of marriage is influenced by her social status.