• anonymous
Reread each of the messages left on Phoebe's porch. Select the message that you think best captures the theme of the novel and write an essay showing how this saying is woven throughout the story and can be applied to several characters. Explain what the message means and use details from the book to support your response. (5 points)
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  • anonymous
The message. "Don't judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins. " would be a good one to write about because in the story most of the characters had more to them then they let on. Take Phoebe's mother for example, Phoebe thought she was an happy with her life when in reality she was miserable because she was pretending to be someone she was not. And that thought Mrs.C was a murder who killed her husband when really her husband was killed by a drunk driver while she was the nurse on duty. And her son, they thought he was a weirdo but in truth was he wasn't.

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