Hurston’s writing of the story of Their Eyes Were Watching God
In a 2-3page, double spaced written reflection in essay format, answer the question: How does Hurston’s writing of the story of Their Eyes Were Watching God seem to represent and manifest the concept of the “racial mountain” as defined by Hughes?
How does Hurston’s story, the characters, and situations in it compare in its objectives to what Hughes talks about in the essay?
How does Hurston write Janie’s intersectionality? Give examples (provide evidence) as you compare what Hughes recommends in his essay to how Hurston tells the story.
In the way that they think, how do Hurston’s objectives align with Hughes’s recommendations?
Be sure to cite the source of your evidence by including timecodes or page numbers of where your examples are located within the essay or film.