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Their Eyes Were Watching God AP Teaching Unit
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- What effect does Hurston’s third-person omniscient narrator have on the novel as a whole?
- Contrast the predominantly formal, or high, diction of the narrator with the informal, or low, diction of the characters.
- Describe Janie’s relationship with each of her three husbands as it relates to her quest for her truest self.
- Support or refute the statement that none of the characters in the novel mean to hurt Janie.
- Examine and discuss the multifaceted relationship between language and power in the novel.
- How does the specific setting of Eatonville contribute to the development of the novel’s plot?
- What literary elements define Hurston’s style?
- Define and characterize the genre of Their Eyes Were Watching God.
- What is the significance of the title of the novel?
- How does Hurston’s use of irony lend meaning to the narrative?
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