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<ul><li><p>Their Eyes Were Watching God Chapter 1 Vocabulary bander log group of people with no leader or law </p><p>dilated widened; expanded </p><p>pugnacious aggressive </p><p>resignation an act of surrender </p><p>sodden dull or expressionless </p><p>treacherous not trustworthy; deceptive </p><p>1. Who are the sitters referred to in the following quotation? Why does the author compare </p><p>them to mules? These sitters had been tongueless, earless, eyeless conveniences all day long. Mules and other </p><p>brutes had occupied their skins. </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>2. Find an example of personification in this chapter. </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>3. Why does Pheoby go to talk to Janie? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>4. What is Pheoby saying about the porch sitters in the statement, An envious heart makes </p><p>a treacherous ear? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>5. Why do you think Janie tells Pheoby her story? Why is Pheoby eager to hear it? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p></li><li><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>6. The first and last paragraph of this chapter talk about time and the horizon. What do you </p><p>think the horizon symbolizes? What do you think Hurston is saying about the impact of </p><p>time on mankinds search? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Chapter 2 Vocabulary beglamored enchanted </p><p>Chickamauga a bloody Civil War battle </p><p>desecrating violating the sacredness of </p><p>dissolution ending by breaking down </p><p>lacerating ripping, tearing </p><p>quested searched; journeyed </p><p>sanctum a place free from intrusion </p><p>sister-calyxes a large group of cuplike flowers </p><p>1. Why is Janie called Alphabet by the white Washburn family? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>2. What reasons does Janies grandmother, Nanny, have for purchasing land and a house </p><p>separate from the Washburns home? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>3. What do you think the pear tree symbolizes in this story? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>4. Why is the kiss by Johnnie Taylor the end of her childhood? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p></li><li><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>5. Why does Janie think Logan Killicks was desecrating the pear tree? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>6. What does the following quotation say about Nannys view of men and her reasons for </p><p>wanting Janie to marry Logan Killicks? So de white man throw down de load and tell de nigger man tuh pick it up. He pick it up </p><p>because he have to, but he dont tote it. He hand it to his womenfolks. De nigger woman is de </p><p>mule uh de world so fur as Ah can see. Ah been prayin fuh it tuh be different wid you. </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>7. What dreams is Nanny referring to in the following quotation? Are they Nannys dreams </p><p>or Janies? Ah was born back due in slavery so it wasnt for me to fulfill my dreams of whut a woman oughta </p><p>be and to do. Dats one of de hold-backs of slavery. But nothing cant stop you from wishin. </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>8. What do we learn about Janies grandfather in the flashback to Nannys youth? What do </p><p>we learn about Janies father? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>9. Why is this novel considered an example of a frame narrative? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Chapter 3 Vocabulary conjectures conclusions based on guesswork </p><p>mien an appearance </p><p>mouldy old and crumbling </p><p>1. What indications are there that Janie marries Logan Killicks hoping to find love? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p></li><li><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>2. What does Janie dislike about her husband? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>3. What do you think Nanny prays for the night before her death? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>4. How does Mr. Killicks treat Janie? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Chapter 4 1. Why does Mr. Killicks go to Lake City? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>2. Briefly describe Joe Starks. In what sense is he a caricature of a black man who embraces </p><p>the white mans definition of a strong, powerful man? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p></li><li><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>3. What is Joe Starkss dream? What does he see as her place in his dream? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>4. How does Janie hurt Logan before she leaves? How does he try to get back at her? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Chapter 5 Vocabulary boisterously in a loud and noisy manner </p><p>calico a coarse, brightly printed cloth </p><p>capers playful pranks </p><p>gloaty displaying great pleasure or self-satisfaction </p><p>incredulous expressive of disbelief </p><p>innovations things newly introduced </p><p>jurisdiction the extent of authority </p><p>peeved annoyed, irritated </p><p>percale a cotton fabric </p><p>portly majestic, stately </p><p>promenading displaying with pride </p><p>sauntered walked at a leisurely pace </p><p>temerity foolhardy disregard of danger </p><p>tittered laughed nervously </p><p>1. What does Joe Starks do that surprises the townspeople? How do the men react to Janie? </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>_________________________________________________________________________ </p><p>____________...</p></li></ul>