Analysis Of ' Flight ' By Toni Morrison
abandoning those they love. Throughout the novel, human flight is accepted as a natural occurrence, whereas those who doubt human flight, such as Milkman, are viewed as abnormal and are shut out from the community.
In reality, flight as a means of escape is transferred as an egotistical act, of harming all those left behind. Also, in mention of Robert Smith and Milkman, death, not flight, was what caused them to essentially escape. In this work, flight comes across as an act of desperation, in which those