Tuck Everlasting

by

Natalie Babbitt

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Winnie's Rocking Chair

When Winnie returns home after her 24 hours with the Tucks, she seeks comfort from her mother as well as from a child-size rocking chair she was given years ago. Winnie's desire to seek comfort…

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The Boat and the Pond

During Winnie's stay with the Tucks, Angus takes her out on the pond in his rowboat. The pond is fed by a small river on one side and empties via another river on the other…

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The Fence

While Winnie is at home, she's most often sitting just inside her family's wrought-iron fence. She initially conceptualizes of the fence as a prison, trapping her inside and not allowing her to experience the…

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