"Their Eyes Were Watching God" is a novel by Zora Neale Hurston, published in 1937. The novel tells the story of Janie Crawford, an African American woman living in the southern United States in the early 20th century.
The novel follows Janie's journey of self-discovery and personal growth as she navigates a series of relationships and experiences that challenge her sense of identity and purpose. Along the way, Janie encounters a range of characters and situations that help her to understand the world and her place in it.
"Their Eyes Were Watching God" is a classic work of African American literature that is known for its portrayal of strong and independent female characters, as well as its themes of love, identity, and self-discovery. It has received widespread critical acclaim and is considered an important work of American literature.