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Sharon Creech Writing Styles in Walk Two Moons

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Point of View

The story is presented in first person from the perspective of Sal Hiddle, a thirteen-year-old girl who is trying to deal with the grief after the death of her mother. Sal is probably more reasonable and observant than most girls her age, meaning some aspects of the story seem out of line with this perspective. The limited perspective means the reader has only Sal’s version of events but she seems to be honest. For example, she talks about her father’s decision to move from their home in Kentucky to the town of Euclid, Ohio. Sal says she doesn’t help pack up anything and that she’s “ornery” about the entire situation. The story is presented in past tense and the order of the story is somewhat confusing. Sal begins by telling about the move from Kentucky to Ohio and says that her...

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