Come to Me - “Song of Solomon,” p. 25-32 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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In "Song of Solomon" the reader sees Kate getting herself and the baby, Sarah, ready to accidentally/on purpose run into Dr. Sheldon at his church. Although she isn’t Jewish, she hopes that doesn’t matter. She is very particular about making sure that she and the baby are both dressed well and that the baby is well fed and rested to ensure that she won’t be fussy in church. Kate wants to make a good impression. If Dr. Sheldon sees how great Kate looks and acts and how well she takes care of Sarah, he may want to marry her and become a family.

When she arrives at the synagogue, she is sweaty and flustered, but tries to act nonchalant and surprised to run into Dr. Sheldon. She’s happy he isn’t with a wife or...

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