Their Eyes Were Watching God.
“Their Eyes Were Watching God” – the novel of 1937 and the most famous work of the African-American writer Zora Neil Herston. In an interestingly developing story, the life of the main character is described, which kills the only man among her three husbands who loved her. The story is conducted from the first person, what allows the reader to understand the complexity, confusion and vicissitudes of the life of the main character as the plot develops. Moreover, the details of the woman’s inner world are described in colorful spoken language. In the work “Their eyes have seen God,” Zora Herston uses a narrative technique that is used in African-American folklore.