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Tuck Everlasting Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue Summary

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Epilogue Summary

Mae and Tuck returned to Treegap but it was not the Treegap they remembered. The roads were blacktop, the woods were gone and there was a gas station where the Foster's house had been all those years ago. Their horse drawn wagon got many stares. They passed by a new jail with a police car outside of it and made their way to a diner.

Tuck talked to the waiter, asking about the woods. The waiter explained a storm had come through about three years before and the woods caught on fire. After that, it had to be bulldozed. Tuck asked about a spring in the woods, but the waiter knew nothing about it.

After eating, Mae went shopping and Tuck went for a walk. They had both seen the cemetery as they arrived in town. Tuck went to the cemetery and found what he was looking...

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