third person omniscient point of view and Southern Black dialect successfully develops a realistic atmosphere through the character's conversations. Then, the black women is at the bottom. The author, Zora Hurston, when writing their eyes were watching God, gives the novel a unique structure. The other motif highlighted was the community and the role it plays in creating connections and developing our independence and individuality. The number of pages in the novel Their Eyes Were WatchingGod, written by Zora Neale Hurston, differ depending upon thepublisher and the edition. The Horizon and Pear tree: Although there are times when nature can display a mighty show of wrath, its beauty cannot go unnoticed. It is the symbol of a new beginning.
But instead, she is charmed by the ambitiousJoe, who persuades her to marry him instead. Hurston herself was born there in the all-black community. The paradox in Their Eyes Were Watching God is that throughout the novel, Hurston employs the symbol of the setting sun to describe Janie's point of view and it is when Janie is older and her sun is setting that she achieves peace. Language (Speech and Silence Power and Conquest as Means to Fulfillment, and Love and Relationships. Her first two husbandswere abusive and restrictive.