My Ending - was below the character of Tea cake almost like...

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My Ending By Nathan Sullivan In the finale pages of Zora Neale Hurston’s book Their eyes were watching God the reader will be filled with a rush of emotions. The shock at Tea cakes death, the confusion at Janie’s trial, and the rush of feelings that poured out of the last few pages. As a reader I felt like the ending of this book tied everything in the story together. However there were things that I felt that played down the story. But even with these things I still enjoyed the ending of the story. In the scene were Tea cake was bitten by the dog, I knew that he would get rabbis. So from that point on I was only waiting for him to get sick and die. Even after he became sick I had a feeling that Janie would be the one to kill him. I felt like this death
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Unformatted text preview: was below the character of Tea cake, almost like he didn’t die in a way that was respectful to him. However this did lead to a very dramatic conclusion. This was a powerful scene that will be remembered by readers for years. Other then this part I feel that the ending was very well put together. I think that the ending was true to the rest of the story. Even with the last few lines the reader sees the strength that Janie has and how strong her love for Tea cake really was. I feel that with the closing of the book the reader will feel like Janie has gotten what she always wanted passion, someone that loved her, and someone that made her happy. I have neither given nor received nor tolerated the use of unauthorized aid....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CORE, MATH 110 taught by Professor Scanelle during the Spring '08 term at Valparaiso.

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