Winnie And The Everlasting Water Analysis

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Winnie and The Everlasting Water “ The brave may not live forever, but the cautious never live at all by”-Allison Moulton. In the beginning of the story Winnie runs away to find the forever living Tucks. Later Winnie finds out that the spring water made you immortal. In my opinion, I think Winnie should not have drunk the water because Winnie would have to watch her loved ones die, the population would increase, and Winnie would have to keep the secret to herself forever about the spring water. To begin with, Winnie should have not drunk the water because she would have to watch her loved ones die. For instance, Winnie’s grandmother is mortal which means she cannot live forever and she can die. In my opinion I think Winnie did the right decision to not drink the water because she wouldn’t have to see her loved ones die and onces her loved ones die she would be lonely forever. Furthermore, if Winifred drunk the water and didn’t give it to the toad, the toad would have died and the toad was a special loved member to Winifred. I think Winifred’s decision of giving the water to the toad was an excellent idea…show more content…
Furthermore, the people that live in Treegap will want to drink the water to live forever and if they knew about the water the population would increase. In my opinion I think that if Winifred drunk the water the population in Treegap would increase because the people that live in Treegap would want to live forever and if Winifred didn’t drunk the water there wouldn’t be a big population in Treegap. Also, the animals in Treegap or in the woods animals like the dog that was attacking the toad might drink the water and the population of the animals would increase. In my opinion I think that if everyone knew about the water the population would increase but since Winifred didn’t drink the water the population of Treegap is
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