Black Women in To Kill a Mockingbird

Black Women in Their Eyes Were Watching God


a loyal nanny but bossy, unreasonable and easily angered.

Self-reliance, independence and kindness.

Goal of Life

To serve the white people.

To pursue their own happiness of life.

The General Impression on Black Women

All blacks lie, all blacks are basically immoral, and all

blacks are untrustworthy.

Black women are by no means seductive slut, but brave women with tough hearts.

Interpersonal Relationship

Alone, with no friend.

The novel begins with a heart-to-heart talk between black women.