Tuck Everlasting

How does Natalie Babbitt use imagery in Tuck Everlasting?

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The imagery is simple and ethereal. There is a pond and a rowboat, there is a music box, there is a trout, and there is the magical spring water. Notice the lack of technology or complexity. This simple and very natural imagery matches the narrative's organic feel.