The Question and Answer section for Their Eyes Were Watching God is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Janie stops wearing her headrags and lets her hair down.
The line in question describes the hurricane and its progression..... the damage it inflicts.
The distinction between activities appropriate for men and those appropriate for women is strongly drawn in the first half of this novel. Janie is prohibited from speaking her mind, playing checkers, and attending mule funerals. Hurston suggests...