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"Yuh can’t beat uh woman. Dey jes won’t stand fuh it. But Ah’ll come teach yuh agin. You gointuh be uh good player too, after while."
Wow... hes so nice toward women
"It’s mine too. Ah ain’t been sleepin’ so good for more’n uh week cause Ah been wishin’ so bad tuh git mah hands in yo’ hair. It’s so pretty. It feels jus’ lak underneath uh dove’s wing next to mah face."
"Why, Tea Cake? Whut good do combin’ mah hair do you? It’s mah comfortable, not yourn."
"Still and all, she’s her own woman. She oughta know by now whut she wants tuh do."
We see in this chapter. Tea Cake is very respectful towards women, especially Janie. This shows that Tea Cake really cares about women and Jamie. Despite just meeting him, Janie feels like she has known Tea Cake for a while. She is able to winnow her mistrust of him and truly see he is a genuine man.
The fact that Tea Cake takes pleasure to pleasure Janie makes them closer. Janie has only known selfish men who only please themselves. Logan's and Joe’s attempts to please Janie always fell short and weren't sufficient . Tea Cake can find happiness in pleasing Janie. Those actions bring them mutual happiness. She thought that Tea Cake was impecunious, but he was really looking for love and wanted to be with Janie.
Pheoby, recognizes that women are intelligent and know what they want out of life. She sees independence in Janie and thus awards her friend with the mentions her to be "her own woman." This sense of self-ownership and self-confidence is typically for a men. This act can be seen as one instance of Janie crossing the boundaries between men and women in society. On the other hand, the men of the town were ebullient of jealousy toward Janie.
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