cleaving together

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Melissa Lambert, winner of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs' 2009-10 Intro Journals Award, paints a rich portrait of a family's nine children cleaving together as things come apart amid third-world poverty and despair.
become the song of the race," but the "plum" that the "son" eats alludes to the apple plucked from the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden; once eaten, the "son" enters history, and can only know good and evil, as Milton says, "as two twins cleaving together." Terror and beauty don't exist "side by side" in Cane, as Griffin insists.