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Walk Two Moons - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

That night, Sal attempts to write the mini-journal. She makes a list of everything she likes and tries to write about one of them, but she ends up writing about her mother, because everything is connected to her. At last, she writes about the blackberry kiss.

One morning when Sal woke up very early, she saw her mother walking up the hill to the barn. She was strolling up the hill, singing a song. As she approached the corner of the barn where the sugar maple stands were, she plucked a few blackberries from a stray bush and popped them into her mouth. She looked all around her then took several quick steps up to the trunk of the maple, threw her arms around it, and kissed that tree soundly.

Later that day, Sal examined that tree trunk. She tried to wrap her arms about it, but...

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