Tuck Everlasting - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

It was the middle of the night when the stranger tied the Tuck's horse to the fence at the Foster's home. The gate was open and the lights were still on, just as he knew they would be. He went to the door and knocked. When Winnie's grandmother answered, he informed her that he knew where Winnie had been taken.

Chapter 13 Analysis

The stranger is the antagonist of the story. He will create the problems the Tucks will face very shortly. The author has hinted about the stranger, but until this moment, the reader is cannot be sure of his role. Another question is how Winnie fits into these circumstances. She is an unknown factor, if she is a factor at all. The author creates this question with the stranger going to Winnie's house to speak to her parents.

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