Walk Two Moons - Chapters 19 - 22 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 19, Sal tries to warn her father that she believes Margaret is dangerous but it merely looks as if she’s jealous. John tries to talk to her about Margaret, but Sal refuses to listen. In English class, she watches Mr. Birkway and wishes he would marry Margaret so that Sal and her father could return to Kentucky. Mr. Birkway tells Sal to write a “mini-journal” to make up for missing the summer journal assignment. He says she should write about anything that comes to mind. That evening, Sal and Phoebe arrive at Phoebe’s home to discover Mrs. Winterbottom has locked all the doors and seems very upset. Phoebe pledges she’ll call the police if she sees “the lunatic” near their house again.

In Chapter 20, Sal writes her mini-journal. She recalls seeing her mother eat a few blackberries one morning. Sugar then stops and...

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