Walk Two Moons Foreshadowing
By Griffin Bloom
Walk Two Moons summary
Foreshadowing Event 1- The lunatic is Mrs. Winterbotum's son
Mrs. Partridge said. " I don't have a brother " Phoebe said. (Creech, 193) Another foreshadow came late in the book when Phoebe and Sal search to find Phoebe's mother and the lunatic at a college. " On the far side of the field I saw the backs of two people, a young man and an older women. They were holding hands. She turned to him and kissed him on the cheek. On the bench was Phoebe's mother kissing the lunatic." (Creech, 235)
Sharon Creech uses foreshadowing in this novel to make the reader think. Without foreshadowing in this novel it would be boring and there would be no clues to help the reader solve the mystery. The type of foreshadowing used in this book was the mysterious type where it makes the reader very interested in the book and try to solve it on they're own. That was definitely the case in our class. There were many different thoughts about what the lunatic could of been and that was Sharon Creech's goal. That is the reason why I enjoyed the book so much.