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Tuck Everlasting Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1 Summary

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Chapter 1 Summary

Cows had created the road to Treegap. It meandered through the field, but as it reached the woods before the village, it arched out around the woods before going toward the town. On the other side of the woods stood the first house of Treegap. It was majestic, but cold and unwelcoming, surrounded by an iron gate. The other houses leading into the village and the village itself, were more hospitable.

The woods belonged to the Fosters, the same family who owned the majestic, cold house. People of the village did not go into the woods because of the Fosters and possibly because of the air of otherworldliness the woods exuded. Winnie Foster had never been in the woods and as far as she knew, no other Fosters had ever gone into the woods either. All the Fosters stayed within the four-foot iron fence that surrounded their...

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