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Song of Solomon By: Toni Morrison Chapter 10: Notes and Questions Symbols: - Bones of the dead white man = punishments - Gold = Greed - The peppermint sticks??? Allusions: - Hansel and Gretel story which alludes to Macon and Pilates journey after their father was shot. Important Quotes: - “Especially if the object of his craving is not gingerbread or chewy gumdrops, but gold” (pg. 219, ch. 10) - “Birth, life, and death-- each took place on the hidden side of a leaf.” (pg. 220) - “Daddy wants me to be like him and hate my mother. My mother wants me to think like her and hate my father.” (pg. 222) - “It wasn’t the divinity from the foreman’s wife that made him sick. That came later. It was the fact that instead of life insurance, the sawmill owner gave his mother forty dollars…” (pg. 225) - “Baby, I hope I never have to ask myself that question.” (pg. 225) Notes: - In the beginning of chapter 10, Milkman is searching for the cave in which his father and pilate found the gold at.
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