'Song of Solomon' and Flying
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In this article, the writer examines the symbolism of flying in Toni Morrison's novel 'Song of Solomon'. It includes five quotes from the novel with two lines of explanation from each as part of the discussion.
From the Paper:"Toni Morrison's 'Song of Solomon' is woven through with the symbolism and imagery of flying. Flying represents a variety of things in the book from the physical act of flight through the air to the metaphorical release from the common bondage of humanity. Ultimately flying is realizing perfect inner freedom unencumbered by the trappings of the physical nature. It is escaping not only from the chains of oppression but also from the inner chains of selfishness and ..."
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