Across Five Aprils

Across Five Aprils What is the mood in the novel as Jethro approaches the Burdow place on his way home from Newton?

Please give examples of details that evoke his mood

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Jethro's mood is ominous, he's frightened when he sees Mr. Burdow waiting for him and disquieted by Mr. Burdow's belief that the man from the restaurant might be waiting for him (which he is).


Across Five Aprils