Tuck Everlasting - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Mae insisted Winnie take her hat to protect her from the sun. They walked through fields and over hills. Winnie walked a while, rode the horse and was carried by Miles. Finally, Jesse announced they were home then he and Miles raced to the pond beside a little house.

When Mae and Winnie finally arrived at the front door, Tuck was standing there. The boys had told him of the child. Mae introduced Tuck to Winnie and a smile came to Tuck's face as he told Winnie how glad he was that she was there with them.

Mae told him that Winnie knew the secret and Tuck reinforces the story by saying her discovery of them was one of the finest things to happen in about eighty years.

Chapter 9 Analysis

Tuck's smile is appropriate and cherished. The reader knows that Tuck does not find much to make...

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