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c. Janie shows her flexibility after Joe's demise by expelling the hanky from her go to give her long plaits a chance to wrap uninhibitedly down her back.VI. Body paragraph 5a. All Janie's mission for adoration and the freedom that she picks up through in her voyage, Janie bears the brutal judgment of others.
i. The patio sitters in the novel serve to judge Janie.ii. As the novel opens, they sit and remark about Janie's arrival and her present dormant appearance.iii. The subject of judgment proceeds in Janie's existence with Joe.1. He judges Janie, as opposed to tolerating her for what and her identity.2. He smothers her freedom since he fears that another man may remove her from him.iv. Indeed, even Mrs. Turner, the extremist eatery proprietor, judges Janie.1. She doubts Janie's decision of Tea Cake as a spouse, since he is "too black" (134).v. Because Janie perseveres through the unforgiving judgments of others, she can pick up freedom and quality.VII. Conclusiona. Janie's mission for affection drives her along various ways.i. She picks up quality from the defensive love of Nanny and Logan and additionally the possessive love of Joe.ii. Janie discovers her coveted love with Tea Cake.b. For the duration of her life, she additionally picks up an autonomy and quality from these connections and additionally by persevering through the judgments made by others.c. Because of her deep-rooted experiences, Janie picks up self-governance and takes in the estimation of genuine romance.d. As a character, Janie substantiates herself as a champion.