Song of Solomon - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Milkman is, understandably, ecstatic after learning that his grandfather could fly. From the time he returns to Sweet's house, through his return to Michigan, and up until he visits Pilate, he is elated at the stories he heard from Susan Byrd. However, Milkman's happiness is interrupted when he enters Pilate's house and she hits him over the head with a wine bottle.

Milkman wakes up chained to a wall in Pilate's cellar, and he tries to get a grasp on things. He knows that Pilate does not want to kill him, but he does not know why she attacked him. However, his head begins to clear and he pieces things together. While he was gone, Hagar must have died of grief. Then Pilate threw him down in the cellar in order to punish him for leaving her. Revenge killing is not her style, so she...

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