An English essay I thought to post there. I'm posting a paragraph a page so if people want to crit, it's easier. But if you want to read it straight through. Once I finish it, it will be the last page.
(Pages with * mean they're still being edited)
Judgment decided to latch onto Janie’s life and pull the strings of Janie’s life. Maybe it was slightly unwillingly, but Janie could not avoid being affected by it. Because of judgment, she is almost under constant watch. The book even starts out with people judging her. Janie in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God is continuously judged by everyone, her grandmother, her husbands, the people on the porch and finally, the judge. All this judgment shapes how she lives her life and how most of the events in her life happen.