Song of Solomon Essay | Freedom in "Song of Solomon"

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Freedom in "Song of Solomon"

Summary: Essay discusses the aspect of freedom in "Song of Solomon" by Toni Morrison.
The Song Of Solomon, by Toni Morrison, is about freedom, freedom from hardships freedom from hate or resentment, freedom from life. Many people fly away to achieve freedom in this book. Three of the main people are Solomon, Pilate, and Milkman.

"Solomon done fly, Solomon done gone

Solomon cut across the sky, Solomon gone home

Solomon or Shalimar lived his life as a slave. From what Milkman gathered, Solomon had twenty-one children. But Solomon eventually got tired of life as a slave. Somehow he found how to fly and fly he did. He tried to bring Jake, also know as Macon, but he "Left that baby in a white man's house." So Solomon took off and flew home gaining freedom.

Throughout Pilate's life with her father she always heard him say "You can't just fly off and leave a body." She never understood this until...

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