Tuck Everlasting - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

The Tucks and Winnie were sitting down to a pancake breakfast when Jesse finally arrived at the table. They were discussing that the fish were not biting this morning, when there was a knock on the door. Miles offered to get the door, but Mae insisted that she would answer it. As she opened the door, Winnie recognized the man standing at the door as the stranger. He introduced himself and asked, very politely, to come in.

Chapter 18 Analysis

The reader now knows that the Tucks do not know this man so he cannot be working with them. It is also apparent that he has no intention of watching the house until the constable arrived. So the reader must consider that there may be more to this man and his schemes than meet the eye.

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