By Zora Neale Hurston
Reasonable and long-legged, self sufficient and articulate, Janie Crawford units out to be her personal individual -- no suggest feat for a black girl within the Nineteen Thirties. Janie's quest for identification takes her via 3 marriages and right into a trip again to her roots.
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