How does Hurston characterize herself as a little girl?
Zora Neale Hurston reveals herself as an extroverted child in the beginning of this essay . She tells a story about when white travelers would pass through her small town of Eatonville, Florida, significant for the fact that is was "exclusively a colored town." As the travelers would pass little Zora, she would be sitting on the front porch, or more daringly, the gate-post, which she describes as her stage, "Proscenium box for a born first-nighter." There, she would wave to the curious onlookers, speaking to them, and if they spoke back, she would "'go a...
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