Hi! In my Reading of the Book “Their eyes were watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston, I found an expression I didn’t understand, to be on the muck.The context says:In contrast to the social status that her previous marriages gave her , Janie’s place in her relationship with Tea Cake is on the muck, a booming farming area, picking beans at his side. I was not sure if this meant that she had come down her social status or that this one is a mix by being working hard in a low job like picking beans but with the companion she really wanted and love. This last meaning taking into account what a dictionary says about muck - 1. A moist, sticky mixture, especially of mud and filth.You, please, tell me your opinions, I will appreciate them for sure. Thanks for all.