"Their Eyes Were Watching God" is actually a novel that was written by <span> Zora Neale Hurston. In this novel, how the author expresses a distinct African American culture is through their DIALECT, SETTING, and THEME. It is said that this novel is presented with a partial use of its dialect in order to show a unique culture.</span>
It's the appearance of other people. Whenever someone like lets say a, track star sees an overweight person and makes fun of them or (criticizes them). It's the judgemental part of people that makes them criticize their community.
For the long version with explanations, please refer to the document I've uploaded below. This is the short version: 1. imaginative writing, not totally real or true = fiction 2. remembrances of the past = reminiscences 3. class, species, or distinctive groups of art or literature = genre 4. informational writing, true to fact = nonfiction 5. direct comparison between two things = metaphor 6. short, concise writing, usually about a favorite or unusual personality = vignette 7. writing containing convincing information and/or appeals to logic or emotion = persuasive writing 8. writing that breaks a subject into parts and examines it = analytic pattern 9. logicality = coherence 10. explanatory writing = expository writing 11. use of definition, details, examples, comparisons, in expository writing = illustrative pattern 12. a comparison between two things using like or as = simile 13. writing which proves a particular viewpoint or belief = argumentative pattern 14. use of similes, metaphors, hyperbole, and personification = figurative language 15. giving an inanimate object or idea human qualities = personification