Janies relationship with tea cake and her nanny in their eyes were watching god by zora neale hursto
Pheoby gives Janie the benefit of the doubt when the townspeople gossip viciously about Janie. Tea Cake's friends forgive her, asking her to remain in the Everglades.
Their eyes were watching god summary
Janie is also faced with situations that make her feel that her value as an African American woman is little to none. She gave birth to a mixed-race daughter she named Leafy. Tea Cake showed his respect of her. He could never be dead until she herself finished feeling and thinking. She has aspirations for Janie, who has never had to work in a white woman's kitchen because Nanny did that labor for her. Unlike her previous two marriages, Tea Cake never stops trying to make her happy. To attain this status he requires nice things: the largest white house, a nice desk and chair, a gilded spitoon, and a beautiful wife. Tea Cake's heroism on the muck while they try to outrun the hurricane ultimately led to his demise. Therefore, she effectively ends her emotional attachment to the men in her life and the desire to seek out and realize her dream of true love. At the trial, Tea Cake's black male friends show up to oppose her, but a group of local white women arrive to support Janie. Her community Janie thought he was a broke nobody and were suspicious of him.
But behind the flash, he has a real affection for, and understanding of, Janie. Without a doubt, Nanny loves Janie, but it is a love based on duty and responsibility.
Tenant farming and sharecropping systems constituted the de facto re-enslavement of African Americans in the South, where Hurston's novel is based. Eventually, Janie snaps back at Joe, and he hits her hard. Pheoby gives Janie the benefit of the doubt when the townspeople gossip viciously about Janie. You can assist by editing it. Janie speaks to Nanny about how she feels; but Nanny, too, accuses her of being spoiled. Janie was very careful when falling for Tea Cake. Consequently, until Janie asserts herself with Tea Cake and joins the others in working,  she gains a bit of a reputation for thinking herself better than everyone else. Domestic abuse was not entirely disapproved by the African-American community, and men thought it was acceptable to control their women this way. Tea Cake's heroism on the muck while they try to outrun the hurricane ultimately led to his demise.
He tries to shoot Janie with his pistol, and she fatally shoots him with a rifle in self-defense. After the death of Starks, Janie meets Tea Cake and they fall in love.
Through Tea Cake, Janie learns to shoot a rifle, play checkers, and fish among other activities.
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Eventually, Janie snaps back at Joe, and he hits her hard. Though it is not an easy thing, it is hard to avoid it. The mule represents the feminine gender role in the story by which men suppress and degrade women who are stereotyped as unable to think for themselves and needing constant guidance from men. Her image of the pear tree blossom is revived. He does not focus on the methods used to achieve his goals as he tries to help people discover the most powerful sides of their characters and use them for good. Tea Cake's pride comes from self-confidence, just as did Joe's. Tea Cake wasn't the perfect man, but better than expected by the community of Eatonville. He arrives a happy man, and his happiness attracts Janie. She forgets her functions of a devoted wife, and what she remembers is that she is a human being, and Tea Cake is another challenge that has to be overcome. He is some 12 years younger than Janie. Cautiously, but excited by his presence, Janie accepts his courtship. She arranges for the girl to marry Logan Killicks, an older farmer looking for a wife. In comparison to the previous husbands of Janie, Tea Cake is attractive to the reader due to his respect for women. By the end of the novel, she has overcome traditional roles and cultivates an image of the "liberated black woman.
However, she decides to return to Eatonville. The book was so popular that Dixon wrote a trilogy. She tried to create a better life for her daughter, but Leafy was raped by her school teacher and became pregnant with Janie. Turner, a local cafe owner.
He likens them to children and livestock that need constant tending and direction. After Starks dies, Janie becomes financially independent through his estate.
Main traits of Tea Cake impress the reader with its diversity. Still, he should not be the only man in her life.
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