I want this termpaper/research paper to answer following questions: Research Que

I want this termpaper/research paper to answer following questions:
Research Questions
How do race, class and gender intersect in the
characterization and development of the main character Delia Jones and what
implications does this intersectionality have for her experiences and choices?
How does the relationship between Delia and Sykes
evolve over the course of the story in relation to intersectionality? How does
Delia’s experience as a black woman shape her response to Sykes’s actions and
influence the power dynamics within their relationship?
I also crafted this introduction to explain what I want the term paper roughly to be about. If you want to change it completly or add something, it would be fine.
In Zora Neale Hurston’s
short story “Sweat” the author writes about a black woman named Delia Jones,
whose experiences illustrate the daily struggles and challenges faced by black
women of her time.  Through the lens of the
main protagonist, we are confronted with the ways in which her race, class and
gender intersect to shape her character and influence her choices as she
challenges these dynamics.[KJ(g1]  Delia Jones ultimately emerges
as a symbol of strength and agency in the face of oppression. Written
in 1926 during the Harlem Renaissance, the story challenges the racist and
disparaging stereotypes of its time and shows how African American experiences are
influenced by factors such as class and gender.
In this paper, I argue that Zora Neal Hurston’s “Sweat”
illustrates the intersectionality of race, class and gender through the
characterization and character development of Delia Jones. Furthermore, this
paper aims to analyze the evolving relationship between Delia Jones and her
husband, Sykes, within the framework of intersectionality by examining how
their identities influence their interactions and power dynamics throughout the
To answer the research questions of this paper, I will
use a qualitative approach. This involves a detailed
analysis of Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat,” focusing on the
characterization and development of the main character, Delia Jones, as well as
the dynamics of her relationship with her husband Sykes.