In Their Eyes Were Watching God, what complaints does Janie have in her marriage to Logan Killocks? What goads him to anger?
Janie never wanted to marry Logan but gave in to her grandmother’s wishes to secure Janie’s future. From the beginning, Janie worried that she would not love Logan, and she even brought her concerns to Nanny, who pushed them aside. Nanny assures Janie that in time she will learn to love her husband. She reminds her granddaughter of her own struggles, indicating that she is making sure Janie does not have the same misery in her life.
As they settle into married life, Logan is at first very sweet to Janie. But that ends and he stops...
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