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Surname 1Student nameInstructor nameInstitutionCourseDatePart 1The Role of Memory and the Past in the Present, in "Their Eyes Were Watching GodIn the novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God," the aspect of memory is constantlychanging. Janie experiences different life changes, which affects her ways of interpretingmemories, making her remember some memories she never wanted. Janie has sympathy for lessprivileged things and this character subjects. Janie continually forgives everyone who commits acrime against her; she is unable to forgive Nanny because the crime violates her favorite virtue,honesty. Janie frequently suffers as Joe does not allow her to associate with other people. Joerefrains from hiding her hair, and always a putter is kept around the store. The caring abilityrestricts Jane from leaving Joe when his health condition worsens; she does her best to providethe best for him while he is dying. Janie stays under Joe's tyranny for a long time, but finally, she

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