The Adventure of everlasting life
the family that stays the same forever By: Heavyn Marshall
WINNIE FOSTER GONE MISSING
After talking with Winifred
Foster on August 3rd, the Sheriff
reported that her grandmother
could not find Winnie
after she went outside to play in
the front yard.
She loves exploring and
meeting new people so she is
not afraid of strangers. On the
day she was reported missing,
Winnie was wearing a white dress.
The night before she went missing
was the night the that the
strange man in the yellow suit
came around and began talking
to Winnie. The sheriff does
believe there is a connection
between the them.
Winnie’s grandmother also
recalled hearing the sounds of
the elves and thinks that Winnie
may have gone in to the woods
to figure out where the music
was coming from. Officials are
not ruling out any information at
this point. Please help Treegap
to find a young girl.
THE PEOPLE WHO KIDNAPED WINNIE FOSTER
THE MAN IN THE YELLOW SUIT
WHY DOSE WINNIE TALK TO THE TOAD??
Winnie is a very lonely little girl. Her parents keep her cooped up and she is unable to have friends. Other children view her to perfect to play with. This is a false image that her family has made for her. She views the Toad as a friend that will listen.
WHAT THE BOOK IS MAINLY ABOUT
He is the one who is most affected by his immortality. He dreams often that he and his family are in heaven and have lived their lives, rather than being alive forever and impervious to harm. He envies the Man in the yellow Suit, because he has been able to die and he tells Winnie that he would give anything to be mortal. However, he is a good man who goes on with his existence, looking for meaning in what he does, and making sure that no one ever drinks from the spring.
It is Winnie’s first friend and seems to be everywhere she is, which offers her comfort and hope. It is the main symbol in the motif of metamorphosis or change, and because it’s always with Winnie, it also symbolizes the metamorphosis that takes place in her over that first week in August, 1880. When she sacrifices the bottle of spring water to keep the Toad safe forever, it is representative of her desire to follow the natural cycle of life and her compassion for those she loves and the world itself.
She is the mother of the immortal family and loves Winnie. Like her husband, she is sad that she will never die, but unlike him she moves on to live forever in the best way she knows how. She is very different from Winnie’s mother who is always dressed with a tidy clean house. Mae is a deplorable housekeeper and she wears reglar clothes, but she is just as loving as Mrs. Foster. She is also much stronger than Mrs. Foster, because she willingly kills a man not only to protect Winnie, but also to protect the world. In the end, she’s sad that Winnie chose life with death rather than Jesse, but she is also realistic and moves on.