Their Eyes Were Watching God

"Every morning the world flung itself over and exposed the town to the sun.  So Janie had another day."

Written in 1937 by Zora Neale Hurston this story transported me.   It also made me very glad that I was not born before my time.

Most of the tale is told in indigenous prose.  "Hambo said, 'Yo' wife is uh born orator, Starks.  Us never knowed dat befo'.  She put jus' de right words tuh our thought."

After a page of stumbling thru the lingo, you get sucked up into another lifetime. It deserves an A.