The Effect Of Plot In Sharon Creech's Walk Two Moons

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“Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked two moons in his moccasins” (Creech) the quote represents the change of subplot connection to the plot. In the novel Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech shows connection of subplot affecting plot through changes in different ways. The novel Walk Two Moons Phoebe’s subplot connects to the main plot through friendship, emotion, and teamwork. Phoebe’s subplot connects to the main plot because of their friendship. When the text states “ ‘Sal you’re so courageous. You’re ever so brave’ “ (12). Creech insists that Phoeber affects Sal by the way she is thought of, affecting her story and personality affects how the readers think of Phoebe or how Phoebe or Sal think about each other. “She invited me to her house” …show more content…

When Creech states “I had to go away. I can’t explain.” The author shows that when Phoebe’s mom leaves the emotion of the character affects subplot and the plot and also causes Sal to make connections with her mom through emotion. When the author states “I suppose your mother made a great sacrifice when she took off” (154). Creech says when Phoebe annoys Sal it affects the emotion of both characters which is seen in the novel in the beginning, middle, and end for subplot and plot. The author means Phoebe’s emotion and actions affects the plot of the story. When the author states “intended to go inside, but she did and I followed” (178). Creech represents that when Phoebe does something, Sal follows her which shows how Sal’s personality and makes this part of subplot become a plot because the event shows attentiveness. The characters have shown difference, but in the end of the story readers realize and find out the character’s …show more content…

When the author states “On the bench was Phoebe’s mother and she was kissing the lunatic” (222). Creech represents a big event of the subplot in Phoebe’s story, so that affects the emotion for both characters having a shocking emotion. Both plot and subplot would have the same emotion because the importance of the event. When the author says “ We heard Prudence gasp and her mother say ‘I’d like you to meet Mike’” (Creech 232). Creech shows that Sal and Phoebe solve one of Phoebe’s problems which helps Sal change and learn new things on her journey. When the author states “When Phoebe turned around and went into the house I knew that was the right thing” (241). Creech shows that when Phoebe changes with her personality it affects the plot with Sal because she shows motivation and inspiration to make a change in herself. The plot and subplot have shown connections between the two characters and changes throughout the

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