What Is The Mood In Chapter 28 Of To Kill A Mockingbird

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Throughout chapter 28 of the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the author, Harper Lee, used chiaroscuro. By contrasting and enhancing the light and dark of this chapter, Harper Lee portrayed the mood as creepy and dangerous, alluded to the attack, and added suspense to her novel. The mood of stories help readers connect and become interested, so by describing “sharp shadows,” and “black dark,” Lee made the readers become engrossed in the book, and develop concern for the young characters, Jem and Scout. After the readers had an idea of what the chapter may bring, Harper Lee allowed the plot to progress. Intimations such as Cecil scaring them in the dark helped show that anyone can be in the dark to scare them. The emptiness of the street when
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