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Though it was the third story to be published by hurston, spunk came across as well written and for that, it became one on zora neale hurston's most successful literary works. Richard wright, zora neale hurston, and bad blood had an opportunity to repay wright in kind when she reviewed uncle tom's children under the title stories in conflict in the april 2, 1938 issue of saturday review of literature. Title: conflict and resistance in zora neale hurston's mules and men created date: 20160807033624z. Zora neale hurston festival of the arts and humanities ceremonies customs and superstitions of great cultural interest shade: gr103h8 1990 mules and men hurston, zora neale new york: new york, ny: perennial library 1990. Their eyes were watching god is a 1937 novel and the best known work by african-american writer zora neale hurstonthe novel narrates main character janie crawford's ripening from a vibrant, but voiceless, teenage girl into a woman with her finger on the trigger of her own destiny. Zora neale hurston form their own storytelling chain, and it is through their linking of voices that we are taken on this i first read their eyes were watching god in an elective black history class at clara barton high school in brooklyn. Zora neale hurston's writing challenged black people as well as white thus spake zora zora neale hurston's writing challenged black people as well as white boyd attributes hurston's relative lack of interest in denouncing racism.