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    The Significance of The Blue Dress in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Seraph on the Suwanee Their Eyes Were Watching God: Janie (talking to Phoebe about Tea Cake): “He done taught me de maiden language all over. Wait till you see de new blue satin Tea Cake done picked out for me tuh stand up wid him in. High heel slippers, necklace, earrings, everything he wants tuh see me in. Some of dese mornin’s and it won’t be long, you gointuh wake up callin’ me and Ah’ll be gone.” (pp. 109-10)

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    'Devil In A Blue Dress'

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    Depression was a prominent long lasting downturn in history, where workers were unemployed. The novel “Murder Is My Business” by Lynette Prucha took placed in the 1990’s which was considered the best era for economic growth. While the novel “Devil in a Blue Dress” by Walter Mosley is set in post-World War II, before the Civil Rights Movement. These three private detectives face a ton of difficulties upholding their morals, ethics, and beliefs while trying to best serve their clients, and doing everything

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    What Blue Dress?

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    Who knew a blue dress from The Gap could cause so much of a dilemma (“Lewinsky” 1-4)? Not everyone has a blue dress hidden away from the world. Nevertheless, we all have mistakes we are ashamed of, actions we regret or know were wrong. Occasionally, when bad judgement is used, shunning happens. Shunning is when society looks down on a person because they think that person made a poor decision. People are shunned for numerous reasons; murder, lying, infidelity, etc. In the early 1960’s, President

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    or her community in Devil in a Blue Dress and Corollary In Walter Mosley’s “devil in a blue dress”, there is a clear cut distinction between the white and black man, this distinction is portrayed as something that is somewhat negative and looks at the situation from the eyes of a black man named Ezekiel “Easy” Rawlins and how he is changed from a simple day to day laborer into an effective detective. While both detectives from “Chee’s Witch” and “Devil in a Blue Dress” have exceptional knowledge about

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    McDonald’s Gone Country McDonald’s, the most successful and well-known fast food chain in the world. One of which is located in Coshocton, Ohio. Most McDonalds’ consist of three main colors blue, yellow, and red. McDonald’s has different themes among their many restaurants. However, the main goal is to stick with the main colors throughout the restaurant. In the Coshocton restaurant there is a country style theme. The inside, outside, menus, and even the workers uniforms relate to each other;

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    Lavender

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    Walter from “A Raisin in the Sun”: He’s an intelligent black man living in a big city, he has problems with his marriage and he works a blue collar job (also, I could see Sidney Poitier or Danny Glover, both of whom have played Walter, playing him in a film version instead of Denzel Washington, who took on the part of Easy in the film adaptation of “Devil in a Blue Dress”). Many of the characters in “Lavender” appear in other works by Walter Mosley (this is the first one that I’ve read however). In this

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    gloves and putting them up with her purse on the shelf in front of the back window. The children's mother still had on slacks and still had her head tied up in a green kerchief but the grandmother had on a navy blue straw sailor hat with a bunch of white violets on the brim and a navy blue dress with a small white dot in the print. Her collar and cuffs were white organdy trimmed with lace, and at her neckline she had pinned a purple spray of cloth violets containing a sachet. In case of an accident,

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    me and how it correlates with Devil in a Blue Dress, in addition to where we have come from and where I see us going into the future. Devil in a Blue Dress introduces the reader to Ezekiel “Easy” Rawlins, the protagonist and narrator of the story. It is 1948, and he is a young black veteran of World War II who has moved to Los Angeles after growing up in a tough neighborhood in

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    It's Saturday night and I'm in my snug but not skin tight blue spaghetti strap floor length dark royal blue dress, all ready to go out to a very fancy restuarant. Old Country Buffet. As my friend and I climb out of my car in a classy like fashion, we realize that the line to Old COuntry Buffet is at least 50 meters long. "Oh My God." I say as my lipstick chalked lips fall to the floor. Glancing over at a fast-food pizza restaurant, my friend and I look at each other. "Uh huh." We both say. Pizza

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    from this vantage point. While on the way to my table, I noticed something new in my second home. There the two of them sat. One white, thirty-something, in a conservative blue dress. The other black, only the experience that shows in her eyes giving away her true age of fifty-two, dressed in a colorful, flowing dress that seemed to have a vibrant life of its own. They appeared to be engaged in light conversation like two women from a General Foods International Coffee commercial. I immediately

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