How It Feels To Be Colored Me Summary Shmoop

The story of janie and her lover tea cake is hailed as a feminist classic, and women from alice walker to oprah winfrey have identified it as one of the most important books they've ever read. Hurston ends how it feels to be colored me with an analogy in which she compares humans to bags of miscellany. this analogy is a symbol for the universal spirit shared among individual human beings. Major Characters In The Catcher In The Rye – Chart Catcher In The Rye Rye Catcher She writes about…

Read More