"Their Eyes Were Watching God" by Zora Hurston.
In the book, Their Eyes Were Watching God, a person learns the trials and tribulations in the life of a girl named Janie Crawford. Throughout the book, Janie goes from a small, little girl to a beautiful woman. Janie learns more and more during each day of her life. The author, Zora Hurston, expresses Janie's maturity through poetic imagery.
In the book, Janie is compared to the blooming of a blossoming pear tree. Janie describes the blossoming pear tree that fascinated her when she was sixteen years old. "Janie had spent most of the day under a blossoming pear tree in the backyard.... Fr…
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