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Walk Two Moons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Sal finds Mr. Birkway, her English teacher, very strange. She doesn't know what to make of him. He's a very energetic man who loves his subject and is prone to leaping about the room dramatically. He says, "Brilliant!," "Wonderful!," and "Terrific!" When he looks at a person, it feels as if he's paying attention to that person alone.

Midway through the first class, he asks for everyone's summer journals. Sal doesn't have a journal. Christy and Megan, who have their own club called GCP, whisper on the other side of the room and cast malevolent looks in Mary Lou's direction. Mary Lou tells him in a low voice that she doesn't want him to read her journals. The whole room becomes silent. He scoops up her journals. Another girl, Beth Ann, looks ready to cry and Phoebe signals to Sal with her eyebrows that she's not too...

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