You shouldn't move to Eastonville
Tea Cake is just a poor pathetic man
Tea Cake is just after your money
You should mourn for Joe a bit more.
Move to Jacksonville
Sell the store
Marry Tea Cake
2 of the above
A,B and C
Her new blue dress
She forgot her train ticket
She couldn't find her money.
She found out Tea Cake was a smoker.
She realized that Jody was a better husband
Tea Cake said that the marriage was canceled.
By investing in the stock market
By getting a loan from the bank
By stealing it from the mayor
The same as
This information is not stated or implied in the novel.
The example that Janie used to stop Tea Cake from fighting
The example that Pheoby used to persuade Janie
The mayor of Jacksonville
Tea Cake's enemy whom was punched by him
A young girl living with her grandmother
About to marry Logan Killicks
Arriving in Eatonville for the first time with her new husband
A middle-aged woman returning to Eatonville alone
The townspeople on the porch
Her friend Pheoby Watson
Her new husband, Tea Cake
A slave-owner who raped Nanny
Jody Starks’s father’s best friend
A wealthy black landowner
Because such a “common” gathering is unfit for the mayor’s wife
Because he is afraid that she is too weak to handle the sight of the dead mule
Because she had said that she didn’t want to go
Because she needs to save her energy for working in the store