Canticle of Canticles

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an Old Testament book consisting of a collection of love poems traditionally attributed to Solomon but actually written much later

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In Song of Solomon, the contrast between the respective forms of female and male gender role identification is apparent in the experience of the children in the Dead family.
My primary bibliog raphic examples will be the new cover design for the "Oprah's Book Club" edition of Song of Solomon, the original and "Oprah" covers for The Bluest Eye, and Song of Solomon and Jazz as audiobooks.
For Song of Solomon, the most significant bibliographic differences develop between two nearly simultaneous editions: Song in Plume's paperback reprint series and in its "Oprah" edition (both are listed as the thirtieth printing of Plume's 1987 edition).
By analyzing voice in Song of Solomon, Sanders not only makes a refreshing departure from numerous discussions of how the gaze operates in Morrison's novels, but also articulates the "gendered discourse" of Song of Solomon, the feminine voice of call and response which cultivates interdependency and shared knowing and which ultimately pulls Milkman out of his isolation and individuation into community.