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For Aslan pls. Why were people described as neighbourly and cheerful this season?

Ch. 11 The Chrysalids

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The crops were unusually free of deviations that season. This meant that farmers did not have to destroy their harvests. This put people in a better mood. Old Jacob, who is usually pessimistic, admitted, “Merciful, the Lord is”, he said…..He then goes on to say something is bound to go wrong but I guess that was pretty optimistic for him!