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26 Whereas the other students of Franz Boas, Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict, turned to societies outside of Europe and North America to point The Politics of Fiction, Anthropology, and the Folk: Zora Neale Hurston 31 to what the West had lost but the cultural “other” still retained, Hurston’s anthropological work concentrated upon the cultural “other” that existed within the racist order of North America. In 1935, Ruth Benedict published Patterns of Culture, in which she asserted that black Americans were an example of what happens “when entire peoples in a couple of generations shake off their traditional culture and put on the customs of the alien group.
They got tuh go tuh God, and they got tuh find out about livin’ fuh theyselves. (183) The passage that I have quoted here is the final paragraph in Janie’s story. It gains authority from claiming the tone of the preacher and the pedagogue, and at the same time it evokes the dilemma of the intellectual. Hurston’s journey away from the community that produced her and that she wants to reproduce has provided her with a vision of an alternative world. Although it is not actually present in the text, the novel ends with the possibility that that history could be brought into the community and suggests that Pheoby/ the text is the means for accomplishing the transformation necessary to reconcile difference.
The assertion of autonomy implicit in this figuration of a discourse that exists only for the pleasure of the self displaces the folk as community utterly and irrevocably. I have suggested ways in which the narrative strategies of Mules and Men and Their Eyes Were Watching God are different and yet similar in that they both evoke the romantic imagination so characteristic of ethnography in the 1930s. If, as Marcus and Fischer suggest, the main narrative motif of ethnography is the “romantic discovery by the writer of people and places unknown to the reader,” then Mules and Men both discovers the rural folk and acts to make known and preserve a form of culture that embodies a folk consciousness.