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Plot
Plot
Figurative Language

100

Owns the Treegap woods.

The Foster family

100

strikes the man in the yellow suit

Mae

100

What does Mae always carry in her pocket?

a music box

100

Who asks Winnie to drink from the spring when she is 17?

Jesse

100

The grandfather clock ticked deliberately unimpressed with anyone's impatience.

Personification

200

Plans to sell the spring water

the man in the yellow suit

200

gives Winnie a bottle of spring water

Jesse Tuck

200

Who approaches Winnie at the fence?

man in the yellow suit

200

What does Mae do to the man in the yellow suit?

strikes him

200

At the same time he had a kind of grace like a well-handled marionette.

Simile

300

Thinks that elves make the music

Winnie's grandmother

300

grows to love the Tuck family

Winnie Foster

300

Where does Angus take Winnie to talk to her?

the pond

300

Who knocks on the Tucks' door while Winnie is there?

the man in the yellow suit

300

The sun was only just opening its own eye on the eastern horizon and the cottage was full of silence.

personification

400

arrests Mae

the constable

400

lost his wife because of immortality

Miles Tuck

400

What are Mile's Tuck's TWO professions?

blacksmith and carpenter

400

Who does Winnie worry will die of thirst?

the toad

400

The countryside, the village of Treegap, the wood all lay defeated.

Personification

500

Miles Tuck's daughter

Anna Tuck

500

Wants to die, regrets being immortal

Angus Tuck

500

How did the Tuck's realize that the horse was immortal?

it was shot

500

What happened to Winnie after the Tucks left Treegap?

she died a natural death

500

A dragon, a brilliant blue jewel, darted up and paused over the lily pads, then sprung up and away.

Metaphor