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Tuck Everlasting Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary

The same August day, Mae Tuck awoke and decided to go to the woods to meet her sons, Miles and Jesse. She always tried to go there on this day, every ten years, for that is how long the boys stay away.

Mae woke her husband, reminding him that their sons were returning. He was upset because she had disturbed him from a wonderful dream where they were all in heaven and had "never heard of Treegap." Mae argued with Tuck briefly about the dream, telling him that he should not bother even thinking that way, because it would never come true. He ignored her as she prepared to leave. He warned her to be careful because she might be recognized, but she scoffed at his warning and finished getting ready to leave.

When she was ready to go, she grabbed her music box and put it...

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