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Essay | Walk Two Moons

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Walk Two Moons.
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Walk Two Moons

Summary: Literary devices such as foreshadowing, imagery, and flashbacks serve to enhance the reader's understanding of various aspects of a story, alleviate any confusion, and make the reader believe they are actually inside the story during a scene. Sharon Creech uses these devices in her novel Walk Two Moons to help tell Sal's story.
" Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen is mightier than the sword"- (Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Richelieu). Throughout the history of the world, greater achievements have been made with the use of a pen and writing, than the use of a sword. For example, the "Constitution" and the "Declaration of Independence" were great achievements from the use of a pen. Books can increase a reader's knowledge and comprehension of the world. Often literary terms are used by writers to help them explain what they want the reader to understand. Literary terms can also be helpful by relieving confusion for a reader. In the book, "Walk Two Moons", by Sharon Creech the Literary Terms are used to help tell Sal's story.

The Literary term foreshadowing is used on many occasions in the book to help the reader by giving him clues of things to come in the...

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