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Tuck Everlasting Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary

Winnie's family had changed from the experience, too. When she announced she was going outside, they told her to be careful and to come in if it got too hot, but they did not insist she stay indoors. She walked to the gate and looked at the worn earth. She thought of Mae in the jail and compared her confinement to Mae's.

As she stood there, she saw the toad on the other side of the street. She worried for him and went to get him a drink. She asked her grandmother for a dish of water for the toad. Her grandmother balked at first, but then gave in to Winnie's request. She followed Winnie as Winnie carried the bowl. However, when they got to the place the toad had been, he was gone. She returned to the yard and poured the bowl of water on the...

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