Tuck Everlasting - Study Guide Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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When the stranger stepped into the house, he immediately told Winifred that she was safe now and he had come to take her home, but Tuck insisted that they would be the ones to take her home. Eventually, after several comments back and forth, Tuck asked the man to explain himself. Although neither man was angry, the tension between the Tucks and this man was very heavy. Even Winnie could feel it and she stayed by Tuck.

The stranger told his story explaining that when he was a young child living west of Treegap, his grandmother had told him of a friend that had come to stay with her for a short time. She had two children, a boy and a girl and the children had played with his mother. The friend had told his grandmother of the strange family she had married into; she believed them...

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