Tuck Everlasting - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Winnie sat in her rocking chair by her bedroom window. Her family had doted on her from the moment the constable brought her home. She told them about the Tucks and said that they are her friends. She asked her parents if they had really given the stranger the woods. Her father admitted he had and she told them what Mae had done to the stranger. Her father immediately said something about getting the woods back, but stopped short of finishing the sentence. Winnie finished it for him, acknowledging that the woods would be theirs again if the stranger died. She said the sentence without emotion. They knew she had changed.

She had changed. There were things that were hers alone, that she only shared with the Tucks. She watched the night sky hoping for rain, hoping the stranger would live and Mae would be saved. The...

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