She had waited all her life for something and it had killed her when it found

She had waited all her life for something and it had

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“She had waited all her life for something and it had killed her when it found her.” “Let the old hypocrites learn to mind their own business, and leave other folks alone.” Chapter 14 “Work all day for money, fight all night for love. The rich black earth clinging to bodies and biting the skin like ants.” Chapter 15 “She wanted to hear his denial.” Chapter 16 “Ah got white folks features in my face.” p.120 p.126 p.131 p.181 p.185 did and wishes to pursue more. Janie is worried that she will end up like the spinster in her town who also just wished for love. She ended up penniless and alone and that’s far from what Janie wants. She currently worries about her age gap with Tea Cake and is slightly insecure about her relationship. She’s been hurt in the past and isn’t trusting that this situation will prove to be any better than her previous relationships After moving to the muck/swamp Janie and Tea Cake have both found a community where they both thrive and belong. Before this Janie had always been an outsider. She had to become a wife at an early age and when she married Joe she was never allowed to interact with the other townsfolk. She was always in isolation but not now she was connected to a group of people
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