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Tuck Everlasting Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

Since it was night, there was no use looking for the horse until morning so they all got ready for bed. Mae prepared the sofa for Winnie and tucked her in before retiring herself. Winnie laid there unable to sleep. The sofa was uncomfortable and she was still in her day clothes. Mae had offered her a nightshirt but Winnie had refused.

She laid there listening to the sounds of the night and finally began to relax. Mae came over and asked how she was and if she had "a good talk with Tuck." She apologized to Winnie about her family not being very good hosts and said that they never had visitors. She hesitated a moment, then said she wished they had a child like her and then returned to her own bed.

Tuck came out next to make sure Winnie was fine. He told her...

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