Their Eyes Were Watching God

What does the street lamp in Chapter 5 communicate about the ideals (a value that a culture or people share) of the Eatonville townspeople? b. Does it exemplify a control over nature that empowers the community? c. Why does Mrs. Bogle sing “Jesus, the lig

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The streetlamp represents progress and the beginning of economic development in the community.


Their Eyes Were Watching God