Book: Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937) Read Hurston’s book in consideration of gender, considering the following questions: What does this novel say about the typical gender roles and stereotypes of 1930s America? How does Janie conform to and/or violate these traditional gender boundaries? What element does race play in Janie’s life, and is that separate from those influences of gender stereotypes? To what extent does Janie acquire her own voice and the ability to shape her own life? How are the two related? Do you think Janie’s character would translate well into the 21st-century? Why/why not? Be sure to cite any outside sources you use (including the textbook) using Times New Roman 12-point font, MLA formatting, and including page numbers. Make sure that your work includes BOTH at least 8 in-text citations and a Works Cited page. You are also required to use at least two outside ACADEMIC sources for this paper.