A "foil" character was introduced in chapters 16 to 17. A "foil" character that would serve as a contrast to Janie as the main protagonist of the story. The author Zora Neale Hurston created Mrs. Turner in order to convey to us readers the primary character's specific characteristics and traits, including her intentions and motives all throughout the story.
In the book entitled 'Their Eyes Were Watching God' by Zora Neale Hurston, Chapter 13 depicts the lies that is starting to take place in between Janie and Tea Cake's realationship. Every relationship starts with a beautiful beginnings. Just like how they created their so-called lovestory, Janie only sees something good about Tea Cake's whole being as a person. She even ignored what her neighbors has to say about them. Everything seems perfect for her as their relationship flows smoothly with each passing day.
In the story entitled 'Their Eyes Were Watching God' by Zora Neale Hurston, Chapter 10 shows the beginning of Janie and Tea Cake's love affair. It all started out when Tea Cake dropped by the store and purchased some sticks of cigarettes from Janie's store. The two seems to mutually attracted to each other the first time they met. Although Tea Cake already knew her by name, Janie had never seen him yet before. On page 117, Tea Cake mentioned to Janie, 'Anyhow it's time for uh Coca-Cola.
In the story entitled 'Their Eyes Watching God' by Zora Neale Hurston, the author wanted to emphasize Janie's character as a female who is being strong-willed despite of all the obstacles that is taking place in their relationship as husband and wife. Although she is being submissive to Jody, it only proves how she wanted to be a good housewife for Jody. She only tries to defend her own point of view.
In the story entitled 'Their Eyes Were Watching God' by Zora Neale Hurston, the yellow mule basically symbolizes an object of overworking individuality. However, to current readers, it tries to emphasize a literal way. It's an animal who's main purpose was to help accomplish a job working full time hours for Matt.
These are my reflections after reading Chapter 5 in Their Eyes were Watching God.
Since Joe had already been so occupied with too much work as a mayor, he and Janie barely even have time to be together. Joe has been spending too much time trying to call out for assemblies and hold gatherings within their area. Because of this, his time for Janie had been lessened even more than the usual.
In Chapter 4 of Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, we see Janie's personal reasons as a wife on why and how she ends up leaving Logan for another man. If I were in her shoes, I might also leave Logan for making me suffer so much through manual labor. But basically, that would be my only reason for doing so.