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Tuck Everlasting - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

The constable announced the man was not dead, but that he needed to be taken into the house. Mae explained she had done it because the stranger was taking Winnie against her will. The constable could not comprehend what Mae was saying and told them they were kidnappers. Winnie spoke up and stated she had come with them of her own free will.

Finally, the constable understood, but he still had to take Mae to jail, because she hit the man. If he dies, she will be tried for murder and executed. He took Mae and Winnie, told the men that a doctor would be coming out shortly and left. The men took the stranger into the house.

Before the group left, Winnie had told Tuck, "Everything's going to be all right." She knew she was going home, but that was far from her mind. All she...

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