Song of Solomon

chapter 12

which of milkmans actions show that he is now less preoccupied with himself?

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Milkman begins to take the time to understand the reasons and circumstances for his own parents actions. Rather than condemning them, he starts to look at the whys. Thus, he's thinking about and examining their experiences instead of his own. 


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