Read the excerpt from their eyes were watching god.finally she was gone and janie hurried to her kitchen to put on supper and found tea cake sitting in there with his head between his hands.“tea cake! ah didn’t know you wuz home.”“ah know yuh didn’t. ah been heah uh long time listenin’ to dat heifer run me down tuh de dawgs uh try tuh tole you off from me.”“so dat whut she wuz up to? ah didn’t know.”“course she is. she got some no-count brother she wants yuh tuh hook up wid and take keer of ah reckon.”“shucks! if dat’s her notion she’s barkin’ up de wrong tree. mah hands is full already.”through janie’s dialogue in this excerpt, it is reasonable to infer that she issecretly flattered by mrs. turner’s suggestion.questioning her relationship with mrs. turner.devoted to tea cake and unaffected by mrs. turner’s opinions.angry at tea cake for secretly listening in on her conversation.
The answer would be the fourth one. She is upset.
The story tells the life of a young lady called Janie who lives with her grandma, Nanny. Janie's mom, Leafy, left Janie with her very own mom Nanny, she fled and left both her mom and girl. Caretaker needs Janie to get hitched to have a man to deal with her for she probably won't almost certainly do it without anyone else. Janie gets hitched to an old rancher man called Killicks. In spite of the fact that she gets hitched to Killicks, his concept of a spouse is all the more a house cleaner since that is the thing that he anticipates from Janie. So for the most part, Janie is extremely miserable and dismal, and she chose to leave Killicks for a man called Jody Starks and they flee.
After at some point Starks dies and Janie is left a generous measure of money, she is finally autonomous and monetarily light. After a timeframe, she meets a man called Vergible Woods known by the name "Tea Cake" and in spite of they have their good and bad times Janie is at long last glad she at long last has the marriage she had constantly needed.
C) devoted to Tea Cake and unaffected by Mrs. Turner's opinions
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“Their eyes were watching God”, the most renowned work from the Afro-American Writer Zora Neale Hurston, is considered the master piece from this author as well as one of the greatest Harlem’s Renaissance works. Hurston wrote the story while she was in Haiti studying the folklore of the zone for an anthropological research. “Their eyes were watching God” was published in 1937. The story is an inspirational call for both Afro-American girls and girls in general.
The story tells the life of a young girl called Janie who lives with her grandmother, Nanny. Janie´s mother, Leafy, left Janie with her own mother Nanny, she ran away and left both her mother and daughter. Nanny wants Janie to get marry to have a man to take care of her for she might not be able to do it by her own. Janie gets married to an old farmer man called Killicks. Although she gets married to Killicks, his idea of a wife is more of a maid because that is what he expects from Janie. So mostly, Janie is really unhappy and sad, and she decided to leave Killicks for a man called Jody Starks and they run away. After sometime Starks dies and Janie is left alone but a substantial amount of money, she is at last independent and financially buoyant. After a period of time she meets a man called Vergible Woods known by the name "Tea Cake" and despite they have their ups and downs Janie is finally happy she finally has the marriage she had always wanted.
So we can conclude that in the passage she is happy and she has the marriage she has always wanted