Here are a few books to get you started as you explore the themes presented in Their Eyes Were Watching God in these books located in both the Doyle & Mahoney libraries.
Who Was Zora Neale Hurston?
Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960) was a Southern novelist, anthropologist, linguist, dancer, playwright, story-teller, singer, librarian and prominent figure of the Harlem Renaissance. Her book Their Eyes Were Watching God was first published in 1937.
To learn more about Hurston consult the Gale Literary Databases or Wilson Biography Reference Bank where you can read more about her life, criticism of her work, while viewing photographs and timelines. Material read can be printed, emailed or saved to a flashdrive.
Learn More About Hurston in these E Books
A Sample of Literary Criticism
This is a sample of some of the books that contain literary criticism of Hurston's writings.