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Their Eyes Were Watching God
Their Eyes Were Watching God | Zora Neale Hurston
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Anya91
Their Eyes Were Watching God | Zora Neale Hurston

“There are years that ask questions and years that answers.”

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Anya91
Their Eyes Were Watching God | Zora Neale Hurston

“Time makes everything old so that kissing young darkness became a monstropolis old thing while Janie talked.”

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Anya91
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A true classic 🫶🏿

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Mrs_B
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I‘m so sorry I‘ve been so rubbish here @jhod and @jenniferw88 , but I‘ve finally posted this last book back to you Jenny. It should arrive soon!

jhod Ha! I have also been rubbish, will get reading!! 3mo
jenniferw88 I have your book but have yet to start 🤣 3mo
Mrs_B I am so glad it‘s not just me. I‘ve been feeling horribly guilty. @jenniferw88 @jhod ! There‘s no rush at all for mine back, I‘m going away until mid-August so honestly don‘t worry! 3mo
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This was a reread for me, for maybe the third time. I love this book! Hurston is a master of imagery, which is what kept jumping out to me during this reread. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. writes in the afterward, “She is ‘naming‘ emotions…in language both deeply personal and culturally specific.” Though he is referring to a different piece, I think this statement also applies to the style Hurston uses here. 100%, 5 star, pick.

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Leftcoastzen
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Was at a local indie & spotted this beautiful set!

alisiakae I did not realize she had written so many books. That looks like a beautiful set! 4mo
Leftcoastzen @4thhouseontheleft I know I didn‘t realize there were that many! I have four of the books in this set ,not matched .was tempted. 4mo
ozma.of.oz 🤩🤩🤩 4mo
vivastory I've seen that before. Very tempting! 4mo
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TracyReadsBooks
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My son is reading this in school and since I‘ve never read it, I thought I‘d read along.

jlhammar I love that cover! Great book. 5mo
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Rachiiebookdragon
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freeatlast1137
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Definitely recommend this book. I love the poetic descriptions of Janie‘s life and world and the love she comes to find.

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jenniferw88
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Cinfhen This was a tough one for me too. I hear it‘s really great on audio. 6mo
squirrelbrain It is a tough read isn‘t it? 6mo
Cortg I‘m hoping to get to this one in the next few months. On a side note, I had a copy of this in my Little Free Library and someone took it. 6mo
Jemgirl2014 This was a part of my reading curriculum my senior year in high school. I hated it so much because I couldn‘t get past the dialectic. Fast forward to college: I had to read it again. I absolutely loved it! I think it was a matter of unlocking the dialect. After I understood what the characters were saying I started appreciating the story as a whole. It‘s a great book! 😊 6mo
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Larkken
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I started #booked2022 on a whim in January and am surprised to say that I‘m actually being successful! I rather like the quarterly format 😊 Here‘s to winter being completed ✅
1. About a cult or religion - Nine Perfect Strangers
2. Title repeats itself - There There
3. Set in China - Supernova Era
4. Weather Term in Title - Frost Burned
5. From a Black-owned imprint - Their Eyes Were Watching God
6. Eco-feminist novel - Migrations

Cinfhen Yay!! Amazing 🤩 You have until Midnight April 3 to submit all books read between Jan 1-March 31🧭 use link below to enter the #FirstQuarterdrawing:

https://forms.gle/dccxLGKSdpfxVPc26
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Cinfhen I‘m enjoying see everyone‘s choices!! Thanks for sharing ♥️ 6mo
Larkken @Cinfhen thank you! 6mo
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The dialect took a little getting used to (though that could just be my unattuned Australian eyes and ears), and I must offer a trigger warning for a violent dog death towards the end. But aside from that, I thoroughly enjoyed this underappreciated classic of the Harlem renaissance. Full review: https://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/their-eyes-were-watching-god-zora-neale-hur...

Leftcoastzen Beautiful edition! 6mo
bthegood I listened to the audio book (Ruby Dee narrated) to deal with dialect - loved this story too! 6mo
Cathythoughts Lovely cover 💫 6mo
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Carolhreads
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It‘s hard to put into words just have amazing and profound this beautiful book is . There are passages in this book that creep up on you in a silent and beautiful way.I don‘t have the words I need to fully describe this book . So I just have to sit and savor the experience I‘ve had for myself .

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jenniferw88
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Any UK littens willing to fill our 4th slot for #lmpbc? We're doing a BIPOC author/character theme.

Go to @suvata 's page for the sign up form.

@jhod @Mrs_B

jhod 😀 7mo
Mrs_B Great image Jenny! 7mo
jenniferw88 @jhod @Mrs_B I'm going to start in the next day or two... just to let you know I'll be using red (& pink highlighter) 7mo
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jenniferw88
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Hi @jhod @Mrs_B , just thought I'd show you my edition & check whether you're ok with it - it's quite old! I got it cheap in a hospital charity shop at about the time Covid started - it has been disinfected but thought I'd make you aware.

truthinfiction That's a beautiful cover. 😍 7mo
Mrs_B I love it! 7mo
jhod I'm happy with slightly old, then I don't feel bad about writing in it ha! 7mo
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marleed
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To my chagrin, this is my first time reading this book. To further redden my face, I didn‘t even realize this was a love story. I was captivated.

TrishB It‘s a great read 👍🏻 8mo
marleed @TrishB I‘m so glad I read. I thrifted my copy and it‘s filled with random markings and highlights which was fun to see. I also noticed Ruby Dee narrated the audio which was available for library download. That was awesome. I loved hearing her speak the vernacular while I read along! 8mo
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“Ships at a distance have every man‘s wish on board.”
From Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. I can read this book over and over again. There are so many other great lines.

#SundaySoapbox

Alfoster Agreed!❤️👊 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻📚 8mo
ozma.of.oz Oh that‘s a good choice! 8mo
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bthegood
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Absolutely perfect and beautiful. Loved the story of Janie and her life and loves, and loved how it was told. I listened to the audiobook, Ruby Dee was the narrator - fantastic -
#BookSpinBingo - another one done - really enjoying my picks so far (even if I won't get a bingo)
Make a great day everyone 🙂

lostinwords ♥️Ruby Dee…😲oh, I may just have to reread by audio. Thank you for sharing this. 8mo
bthegood @lostinwords 👍🙂 8mo
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bthegood
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#ThinkPositiveBePositive thanks for the tag @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

tagging anyone who wants to share a positive thought today, tomorrow or anytime 🙂

Make a great day everyone 🙂

TheSpineView Truth! 💞 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So true 💛 8mo
WJCintron 🙌 So true! 8mo
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bthegood
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First snowfall, just right - enough to lightly cover -

Going to take the day to read -

Make a great day everyone ❄

Sleepswithbooks Pretty !! 8mo
bthegood @Sleepswithbooks I love freshly fallen snow ❄ 8mo
WJCintron Beautiful!! Where is that? I LOVE snow! 8mo
bthegood @WJCintron this is in northern KY - 🙂 8mo
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michellelav
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This novel was beautifully written. Janie tells her neighbor about her relationships with her three previous husbands. This classic novel had me feeling so many emotions throughout. 💕

This was my #BookSpin being #8 on my list 😁📚 @TheAromaofBooks

LitStephanie Love this book. Heartbreaking. 9mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 9mo
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bthegood
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Thanks for the tags @TheSpineView and @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
#Two4Tuesday #ThinkPositiveBePositive
(if you are reading this - consider yourself tagged for both🙂)

1. Yes, I love snow - I love all the seasons
2. sled riding and walks (right after the first snowfall of the season - it is so quiet and beautiful)

Positive quote in picture above “Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face - Victor Hugo

Make a great day everyone ❄

TheSpineView Great quote and so true! Thanks for playing! 9mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome quote!! 9mo
bthegood @TheSpineView @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks thanks for thinking of me - make a great day (first snowfall is supposed to be today) 🙂 9mo
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breadnroses
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First book of 2022! 😁 I never read this book in high school or college and didn‘t know what to expect, but I really loved this book. Zora Neale Hurston is truly one of our finest writers. I also enjoyed Edwidge Danticat‘s thoughtful foreword, which situated Zora/Janie with her daughters, among whom include Alice Walker/Celie and Toni Morrison/Sethe. Definitely could see the inspiration for The Color Purple while reading!!

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PaperbackPirate
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This was my favorite book read in July!

I bought the sweatshirt in this picture as a fundraiser for The Free Black Women‘s Library. Sadly I had only read books by Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison at the time I got it, so my goal is now to read this stack. This book was first and it was so good. Looking forward to the rest!

#12BooksOf2021
@Andrew65

Ruthiella Awesome sweatshirt! 😍 9mo
Andrew65 Sounds great. 9mo
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hissingpotatoes
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#QuotsyOCT21 day 26: screech

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jenniferw88
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Day 13 #tbrpile

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kissmehardy
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Now THIS is a classic that actually tells a story. #classics

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AnneCecilie
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Janie is telling a neighbor about her life being married three times with three very different men.

And finally an introduction that doesn‘t spoil the story.

My #Bookspin for August @TheAromaofBooks

Cathythoughts I loved this one. And , what a cover you have there ❤️ 13mo
IuliaC I like that cover! 😍 13mo
ravenlee Ooh, that cover! 13mo
Tamra Cover lust! 13mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 13mo
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Clare-Dragonfly
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This is not a book that really pulled me to keep coming back to it (until I got close to the end) but it is not one that I will ever forget. The writing is astonishingly beautiful and Janie‘s story is hopeful and heart-wrenching.

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PaperbackPirate
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1. Sometimes, but usually no.
2. No, and Janie shouldn‘t either. (tagged book)

Thank you for the #two4tuesday tag @Eggs !

Sorry for the late post! Consider yourself tagged if you still want to play with me and @TheSpineView !

TheSpineView Never too late! Thanks for playing! 1y
Eggs Welcome ❣️ @PaperbackPirate (edited) 1y
PaperbackPirate @Eggs 👍👃🏼💙 1y
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Just wow, on every level. I love her writing, and I think I listened to the last hour with my jaw-dropped. Now I want to go back and read it in print.

I need to check, but I think that wraps up #BBRC #BlackMainCharacterByABlackAuthorPublishedBefore2000 @LibrarianRyan @Sarahreadstoomuch

Cathythoughts It‘s amazing 😍I agree 1y
TrishB An amazing read 😁 1y
LibrarianRyan Yeah. That is one of my last prompts too. 1y
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rockpools @LibrarianRyan It was a surprisingly difficult one to fill! 1y
rockpools @TrishB @Cathythoughts It‘s one of those books I feel like I should‘ve known about forever - but I went into it knowing nothing and it completely surprised me. Repeatedly. And the writing ❤️ 1y
Centique I‘m so glad you loved this. It‘s unforgettable! 😍 1y
PaperbackPirate I‘m reading it now for the first time. I wish mine had your cover! 😍 1y
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Tianarose
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My library finally got an audio copy of this book! So excited!!

Christine It is SO wonderful on audio. ❤️ 1y
Tianarose @Christine good to hear! I tried reading it in print but I couldn‘t wrap my head around the accent. So I figured it would@be way better to listen to. 1y
Christine Yes! That was my experience, too. Now I want to go back and retry the print! :) 1y
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A beautifully written story about Janie who sets out to be her own woman in the 1930s. She Janie is a strong woman who takes commitment very seriously. There were moments that made me laugh and moments that made me sad.

TrishB Agree totally with your review. 1y
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Nute
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#MayCharacters - Marries: Tea Cake. Finally it was the right marriage. The one that God probably intended in the beginning, but took Janie some time to get to after the course of two other disastrous relationships. Finally she found the one willing to contribute to her wholeness, to her strength, to her indomitable spirit. Finally, not a marriage that tried to control her, diminish her self value and oblige thievery of her independence.👇🏽

Nute So much could be said about Zora Neale Hurston and her gift for growing characters on paper that become monumental in realistic presence! A meditation on Black Love, encompassing love, real love, enduring love, down in the trenches love...or just love, no color, no adjectives, no descriptions.👇🏽 (edited) 1y
TrishB This book has just stayed with me for a long time! 1y
Lcsmcat Such a powerful book! 1y
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LatrelWhite So many layers in that book. I need to re-read💕 1y
Eggs So true📚❤️👍🏼 1y
Nute 👆🏽Janie and Tea Cake, trying to claim love for all its worth in good and bad times, got some money or got no money times...gripping trust, questing for value (decency, respect, earthy living), all that base level humanity stuff...all that while just trying to hold on to each other. Yeah, this book deserves its accolades!👇🏽 (edited) 1y
Nute Oh, many apologies for the interrupted thoughts. I was at work earlier...sneaking that post in when I should have been doing something absolutely different and work-related!🥴 1y
rockpools What a wonderful review! 1y
Nute @TrishB I like the idea that as readers we get to hold onto a book (the main gist, a favorite quote or just the feel of it) for our entire lifetimes. I hope that your memory is better than mine. Sometimes I can‘t even remember if I read a particular book. If I wasn‘t for Goodreads telling me that I‘d done so, I swear that I‘d be argumentative! Usually it‘s not until several chapters into the book that I suddenly realize...Hmm, this seems familiar! 1y
Nute @Lcsmcat Yes! So awesome to be touched that way (using the word powerful) with fictional literature! 1y
Nute @LatrelWhite Yes! Every page a new layer! A new intricacy! A new discovery! It‘s a wonder that her talent was ever seen as not contributing to the Black American experience in light of empowerment. She gave Janey strength and wisdom in choices of her own making for her womanhood as a young black female. Affirming in every way! 1y
Nute @Eggs @rockpools Thank you!💕 1y
Ahw06 I loved this book! I read it years ago in school but it was incredible! 14mo
Nute @Ahw06 This book holds a special place in my heart as well. Brilliantly conceived for Women‘s Voices and Black America Culture. What are you reading now? 14mo
Ahw06 @Nute I completely agree! Right now I‘m reading The Magic of Found Objects. I have Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and Good as Gone queued up next. How about you? 14mo
Nute @Ahw06 It‘s been a really weird reading year since 2020 with short attention span and long escapes into daydreaming. I‘ve been floating in and out of several books with few finishing accomplishments. I think that I am finally coming around. Here lately poetry has been the answer along with essays and non-fiction. 14mo
Ahw06 @Nute I actually just got back into reading around May of this year. I completely understand the day dreaming. It‘s kind of a must these days. I‘ve been sticking to fiction, romance and lighter reads but I sneak in a few non-fiction books here and there. 14mo
Nute @Ahw06 Eleanor is on my planned reading list for someday.😆 I‘ll keep a lookout for your review!🙂 14mo
Ahw06 @Nute aww yay! 😊 14mo
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I wanted to write a little more about why I think I didn‘t initially warm up to Janie‘s character—it‘s because she was more passive than I expected, more unresisting to her unhappy circumstances and I think in modern novels women protagonists that are described as independent are a little more archetypal. But after reading on, I enjoyed that she very realistically became more independent, confident, and her own person; in her own way.

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This felt like one long poem from cover to cover, Zora Neale Hurston is just that thoughtful of a writer. In the story, Janie, grows up having to please others and puts her feelings aside but later her life changes and she gets to experience new things—both good and bad, but at least she‘s the one making her own choices and that‘s always good. It did take me a while to warm up to her character, but I‘m glad I stuck around!

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I wanted to read this book for ages, I even started it a couple of times but every time I was slowing down when reading the dialogs and not enjoying it as it deserved. Until @mom2bugnbee mentioned the audiobook (thank you so much!) read by Ruby Dee so I gave it a try. What a revelation! The way she brings to life all the words I was struggling with and Janie's story it's simply amazing! A definite pick!

@BookishMarginalia #LitsyAtoZ

mom2bugnbee Oh, I'm so glad you enjoyed it! She truly was fabulous as a storyteller! 1y
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Well, this was wonderful. Extra treats hearing the names of small, rural towns in Florida that only Floridians know.

I HIGHLY suggest the audiobook. Ruby Dee is phenomenal - her ability to do dozens of different voices so different from her own floored me. So good. 1/2 extra star for her.

⭐⭐⭐⭐✨/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (one spoiler in comments) #NYPL125 #LoveReading

mom2bugnbee The writing in the passages when they were running from the hurricane was some of the best descriptive writing I've read. As someone who grew up in Florida, I felt like I was back there, huddling in the bathroom & under school desks while a hurricane rolled through. Astounding writing. 1y
MallenNC The audiobook was amazing! 1y
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Reading...deceptively simple? Will have to do some research to prepare for live bookchat on wed with a real live early 20th century historian!! #booktube 😉

Photo: today‘s #springwalk

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5280reader
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Tremendous novel of Janie- discovering her identity and what love means through her experiences in three marriages. Lyrical and poetic prose. A book I should have discovered years ago but glad I did now! #doublespin #litsyatoz #greatamericanread

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 1y
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"'Green Cove Springs', Joe told the driver."

Y'all! Green Cove Springs, FL, population 8000, is the town over from where my husband grew up (Melrose, pop 6000) in rural north central Florida. I've never met anyone who wasn't from the area who has heard of Green Cove, much less come across it in a book! He's asleep - can't wait to tell him tomorrow! ?

Texreader Whoa! It‘s real? 1y
mom2bugnbee @Texreader It's real! North Central Florida, less than an hour away from the Georgia border, between Jacksonville & Gainesville. My husband's PO Box from birth to 18yo was Green Cove, because his (even smaller) town didn't have a post office. ☺ 1y
mom2bugnbee @Texreader Update, since I've now read more. ☺ They don't settle in Green Cove - they just traveled through there. The bulk of the novel takes place in Eatonville, which also is a real town, about 30 minutes from where I grew up, just north of Orlando. ☺ Population 2000, & just like in the book, it was the first black-governed city in Florida. I had no idea that this book is historical fiction, but that's exactly what it is! 1y
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mom2bugnbee
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Excited to start this #audiobook - a freebie from #librofm a while back. And Ruby Dee as the narrator? Yes, please!

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Always been a reader, majored in English, taught high school English for years, working in a high school library, yet somehow this book eluded me. I finally read it in preparation to co-teach with one of my best work friends, and I can‘t wait to discuss ZNH‘s use of language. Wowza, has she got a way with words! 💯

Suet624 Yes indeed. 1y
mcctrish Their Eyes Were Watching God was talked about extensively in The Paris Library and I feel like I need to read it now 1y
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5280reader
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Picked up this book after my daughter read it in her AP Lit class. Now I‘m questioning why we didn‘t read it in my high school experience- especially as this book takes place in Eatonville, just down the road from my high school. Mentions of Altamonte Springs, Winter Park, Maitland...takes me back home. #doublespin #20in4

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Katherineteale
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“There is a basin in the mind where words float around on thought and thought on sound. Then there is a depth of thought untouched by words, and deeper still a gulf of formless feelings untouched by thought.”

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Robothugs
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Been reading this the last month. Feel like a slowpoke but I don‘t mind!

readordierachel A book worth savoring ❤ 2y
Robothugs @readordierachel The reading journey has felt that way! 🖤 2y
Cathythoughts Powerful book 💔 2y
SamAnne This is on my reread list. 2y
robinb Just saw this...I‘ve missed you! 😊 1y
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This book is fantastic. I can‘t believe it was written in 1937. I read a copy I found from 1991 and it made me curious if an audiobook was done. The resplendent Ruby Dee narrated this gorgeous version in 2005. This version is simply masterful and I struggle to find words strong enough to compliment her performance, which was given in her 80s. Ms Dee was such an incomparable talent.

SamAnne I bet this audio was great. This book had such an impact on me in my 20s. I 2y
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I can‘t believe I haven‘t read Zora Neale Hurston until now. Their Eyes is fantastic— and I am looking forward to more. (I got this edition from Quality Paperback Book Club in 1990.)

Thank you @TheAromaofBooks ! This was my #BookSpin pick for February, which encouraged me to pick it up. ❤️

#BookSpinBINGO

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 2y
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