Wednesday, February 15, 3:00 p.m.
Joan Gage will lead the discussion of Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora N. Hurston. This 1937 classic is one of the most highly regarded novels in the canon of African American Literature.
The novel follows “a woman’s search for her authentic self and for real love.” The narrator, Janie Crawford, is fair-skinned and fiercely independent. She has three marriages and survives a life of poverty, trials, and purpose. She refuses to live in bitterness, fear, or romantic dreams.
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