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    In the novel Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech Mrs. Partridge leave messages on Phoebe Winterbottom’s doorstep. These messages shine throughout the novel on how the characters view each other, and what they can do to become a better person. The first message left on Phoebe Winterbottom states “Don’t judge a man until you've walked two moons in his moccasins” , and it relates to the character Phoebe in many ways. First Pheobe’s neighbor Margret Cadaver is said to be peculiar because of some of her actions such as odd hours because she is a nurse and having Mrs. in front of her name but not having a known about husband that lives with her. Phoebe resents Margret for these reasons and begins making assumptions. On page 31 Phoebe is talking…

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    Walk Two Moons

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    The two stories, Walk Two Moons, and “The Guest,” have a common theme. That common theme is don’t judge them until you really know them. Both of the stories show not to judge anybody before you know them, the authors just develop the themes differently. Walk Two Moons shows that you can’t judge someone until you actually know them. In Walk Two Moons Sharon Creech develops the theme by using words, thoughts, and feelings. In the story, it says, “After Phoebe admitted to that yes, it was the…

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    Walk Two Moon Analysis

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    In the short story “The Guest,” and the novel Walk Two Moons, they both have a very similar theme, “Don’t judge a man by his appearance.” Both themes were developed through our character thoughts, actions, or words. First in Walk Two Moons, the theme was found in Salamanca Hiddle’s thoughts. I know this because on page 21,and paragraph 5 it said, ” First their is that name: Cadaver. You know what cadaver means? Actually I did not. It means dead body.” More evidence that supports the theme is…

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    Sharon Creech Walk Two Moons demonstrates how internal and external forces cause Sal to change and grow from the loss of her mother, to accepting that her mother is dead. Sal goes through a journey that is filled with both happy and sad memories of her life. Sal is sad that her mother died, but happy about the first day of school and making friends with Phoebe. Sal goes through many sad internal and external experiences. The sad events are brought about by tragedies in Sal’s life. There is…

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    Walk Two Moon Characters

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    In the book walk two moons by Sharon Creech.Sal has external and internal forces changes to Sal and the way she looks at life.First,Sal has conflict with Mrs.Cadaver in youklin ohio. Secant Sal notices Phoebe in a window in youklin ohio. Finally Sal finders out her mother died. Sal thinks Mrs.Cadaver is a replacement for Chanhassen Sal’s mother. In fact Sal is roud to Mrs.Cadaver. When they wanted to tell me how they met I yelled page 3. Another fact is when Mrs.Cadaver Spock to Sal she…

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    Walk Two Moons Analysis

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    In the novel walk two moons by Sharon Creech dad faces internal and external changes when his wife leaves without her saying a word. First dad's wife leaves behind her family. Then whenever sal mentions phoebe's mom leaving and then coming back he starts to think about his wife and her leaving. Finally dad decided to move back to bybanks kentucky after he knew that his wife was not coming back. Dads wife just leaves and he broke the wall to take his sadness or anger out so it didn't rub off on…

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    “The reason that Phoebe’s story reminds me of that plaster wall and the hidden fireplace is that beneath Phoebe’s story was another one. Mine.” (Creech 2) As Sal breaks down the wall, she finds secrets and relizations. When she does this, she finds internal conflict. In the novel, “Walk Two Moons”, Sal experiences her emotions. She experiences her emotions in the beginning, middle, and end. By each day, Sal knows her emotions better. In the beginning of “Walk Two Moons”, Sal experiences growth…

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    It is important not to judge anyone because you never know what they have gone through. But two girls named Phoebe Winterbottom and Salamanca Hiddle had done the same mistake and learned from that mistake. The book “Walk Two Moons” by Sharon Creech is about a 13 year old girl whose mother died so she goes on a trip with her grandparents to see her mother on her birthday. While she is on that journey she tells her grandparents a story about her friend named Phoebe Winterbottom and how she dealt…

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    The novel “Walk Two Moons” by Sharon Creech and the short story “The Guest” by Uma Krishnaswami both have a similar theme. Both of these stories reveals the theme as don’t judge someone until you know them well enough. Although these two stories share the same theme, it teaches the lesson in different ways. In the novel “Walk Two Moons” the theme it has is don’t judge someone until you know them well; this theme is taught by using the character's words, thoughts, and feelings. In the novel,…

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    “Don't judge a man until you've walked two moons in his moccasins.” Sal's development was mainly because of the points in her life where she accepted and did not deny. In Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech, the author develops a theme of acceptance through conflict, plot, and characterization. In the novel, Sal's characterization contributes to the author's message of acceptance. Sal was very surprised that her dad actually took them to Euclid. “I did not think we would ever leave, and yet I…

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