How would you draw a picture of Mae Tuck using the description provided in Chapter Two of Natalie Babbitt's Tuck Everlasting?

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I definitely can't draw you a picture of Mae Tuck.  I can type for Enotes but not draw.  According to my own students, you definitely don't want me to draw either.  I can help identify key parts of chapter two's narration that will help you formulate a more dialed in drawing of Mae Tuck.  

The first description of Mae's physical appearance is that she is a "great potato of a woman with a round, sensible face and calm brown eyes."  I'm not 100% sure of what a potato woman looks like, but I do know that most women would not want...

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