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Waterland's ending vs. Song of Solomon's ending

Summary: This essay deals with the similarities and differences with the endings of Graham Swift's Waterland and Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon.
`All's well that ends well.' Two completely different authors with two somewhat different styles of writing create two endings, which leave the audience guessing, making assumptions, but assuming that indeed, all is as well as it can possibly be, finally.  

    Graham Swift creates a vivid description of many generations in a bleak, desolate location known as the fens in his novel Waterland.  His character of Dick Crick plays an enormous role throughout the novel, but Swift ends his novel with Dick drunkenly diving overboard into the water so vital to the rest of the novel.  

    Toni Morrison creates an almost mythical story in a vivid time period and location in her novel Song of Solomon.  Her character Milkman goes on a quest of discovery, uncovering many unknown truths about himself and about...

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