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Title: Like Love, ‘A Movin Thing’: Janie’s Search for Self and God in Their Eyes Were Watching God
Author(s): Nancy Chinn   Publication Details: South Atlantic Review 60.1 (1995): p77-95.
Title: ‘Tuh de Horizon and Back’: The Female Quest in Their Eyes Were Watching God
Author(s): Missy Dehn Kubitschek
Title: Ethnic and Gender Identity in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God
Author(s): Susan Meisenhelder

Title: "The porch couldn't talk for looking": Voice and Vision in 'Their Eyes Were Watching God.'(Zora Neale Hurston)(Critical Essay)
Author(s): Deborah Clarke
Title: "The Kiss of Memory": The Problem of Love in Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God
"From Mules To Muliebrity: Speech And Silence In Their Eyes Were Watching God." Haurykiewicz, Julie A.
 
"Symbolic Representation Of Identity In Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God."  Dilbeck, Keiko.
 
"Janie's Tea Cake: Sinner, Saint, Or Merely Mortal?."  Ashmawi, Yvonne Mesa-El.