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Winifred "Winnie" Foster out of Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt is still a sheltered but inquisitive pre-teen who would like to learn more about the world outside the gates of her home, but is never allowed to because of her helicopter parents. In the start, all she needs to do is run away and make a difference in the world and have an adventure of sorts. However, what Winnie doesn't understand is that specific summer will be one that she won't ever forget. That summer will change her out of a sheltered, bashful, and obedient little girl in to a selfless, witty, and very daring hero. She'll also need to make one of the most difficult decisions of her life; whether or not she will join the Tuck's eternal lives by drinking out of the spring. Specifically, her crucial decisions throughout the book are what make her personality so gallant. Though it appears that Winnie Foster is a shy introvert who just wishes to be left alone, she is really an adventurous character who is character transforms into a heroic protagonist at the close of the story. At the beginning of the novel Winnie Foster is sheltered by her parents and she is sick of this, devising a strategy to run away. She confides in a toad, now her friend, and adds "See? ... That's just what I mean. It's like every moment. When I had a sister or a brother, there'd be somebody else for them to see... I want to be by myself for a change" (Babbitt 14). Here, we get a sense of how fed up Winnie is using her lifestyle and just how badly she needs to be left alone. She desperately wants to leave the constraints of her home and move off in to the mysterious wood and potentially change De Leon two people's lifestyles. What Winnie didn't understand was that her desire of being left alone was going to come true sooner than she'd thought. The firs...