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Title: Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Subject: History
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Date: March 3, 2001
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These people, the porch sitters, sit on their porches and talk about everyone else's business. They cannot wait to hear all about Janie's life while she has been away. Janie's best friend, Pheoby Watson, also can't wait to talk to her also. The porch sitters want Pheoby to find out the information about Janie and then come back and tell them everything...

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Janie says that she will tell Pheoby all about her life and what happened to her, and specifically, why she has returned to the town. Pheoby tells Janie that she will only tell the porch sitters what Janie says she can tell them. Janie begins telling Pheoby her story. She tells her all about how her grandma, Nanny, raised her in West Florida with white people, the Washburns...

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