History Literature / TuckEverlasting

10th Jan '16 7:16:31 PM lissathecocoa
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* DidNotGetTheGirl: Winnie grows up and dies instead of becoming immortal with Jesse.

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* DidNotGetTheGirl: Winnie [[spoiler:Winnie grows up and dies instead of becoming immortal with Jesse.]]
15th Nov '15 9:34:12 AM nmn3r3
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* DramaticIrony: The Tucks notice a toad in the way of their wagon, and muse that it probably thinks it'll live forever, not knowing it's the same toad Winnie gave up her immortality water for.
15th Nov '15 9:15:30 AM nmn3r3
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* DidNotGetTheGirl: Winnie grows up and dies instead of becoming immortal with Jesse.


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* JailbaitWait: Jesse gave Winnie some of the water, intending for her to use it when she was of marriageable age. She gave the water to a toad instead.


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* TheMagicGoesAway: In the DistantFinale, the immortality spring has been bulldozed over and destroyed.
22nd Oct '15 4:56:00 PM nombretomado
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The story has been adapted into a film twice: in 1981 by Office of Communications and in 2002 by [[{{Disney}} Walt Disney Productions]].

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The story has been adapted into a film twice: in 1981 by Office of Communications and in 2002 by [[{{Disney}} [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Productions]].
28th May '15 4:22:10 PM WarriorDragonMage
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Jesse returns to the tree after a hundred years have passed to see if Winnie had taken the water and was waiting for him, only to find her tombstone instead, placed beneath it. Reading it, he finds out that she had a long and happy life with a husband and children.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Jesse [[spoiler:In the movie Jesse returns to the tree after a hundred years have passed to see if Winnie had taken the water and was waiting for him, only to find her tombstone instead, placed beneath it. Reading it, he finds out that she had a long and happy life with a husband and children. In the book Winnie is buried in the Treegap graveyard and Tuck is the one who finds her headstone.]]
8th Mar '15 2:58:58 PM nombretomado
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* AmericanCivilWar: Miles was a soldier in the recent movie

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* AmericanCivilWar: UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Miles was a soldier in the recent movie
11th Aug '14 5:47:49 PM karstovich2
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* MagicRealism: Other than the spring, there's nothing unrealistic in the book, and the reason the spring water does what it does is never explained.
17th Jul '14 8:22:05 PM Fireblood
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* MayflyDecemberRomance: Winnie (who is ten years old in the novel) wants to marry Jesse when she turns seventeen. In the movie, the changed her to be fifteen.

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* MayflyDecemberRomance: Winnie (who is ten years old in the novel) wants to marry Jesse when she turns seventeen. In the movie, the they changed her to be fifteen.
17th Jul '14 8:20:46 PM Fireblood
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* TheMenInBlack: The man in the yellow suit

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* TheMenInBlack: The man in the yellow suitsuit.



* NoNameGiven: The Man in the Yellow Suit

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* NoNameGiven: The Man in the Yellow SuitSuit.
11th May '14 9:13:45 AM henry42
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* HeyItsThatGuy In the 2002 film:
** [[AlexisBledel Winnie]] is [[GilmoreGirls Rory Gilmore]]; and her love interest Jesse is [[GeneralHospital Lucky Spencer]]!
** Mae Tuck was a [[{{Literature/Carrie}} girl with telekinetic powers]] who had a bucket of pig's blood dropped on her...
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