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I ASK YOU LEAV MY NAME SOME WHERE ON IT USE THS CAUS I LOOK ALL OVEAND FUND IT NO WHERE SO I HAD TO DO ITAcross Five Aprils by Irene Hunt is about how the civil war tears apart a family during the hard times of the civil war The book Follows the life of Jethro Creighton a young farm boy in rural Illinois as he grows from a protected and provided for nine year old to a educated and responsible young adult during the chaos of the civil war In the beginning of the book Jethro has a romanced and incorrect idea of what war is like Jethro knows little about war except that of what he has heard from old war heroes tales His brothers get packed away one by one to different sides of the war Not until then does he realize through conversation at home and haunting letters from his brothers on the battle field the true horror and fatality of war One brother whom is only really an orphaned cousin is a deserter Jethro writes to Abraham Lincoln in a effort to keep his brother and family out of trouble with the law Another one of Jethros brothers joins the confederacy which goes against all opinions and beliefs formed by the Creighton family and surrounding community At first the Creightons disagree but they come to a decision and decide to respect and accept his choice of beliefs This causes turmoil and upset with surrounding neighbors and they become destructive and rude Attempts to ruin the life of the Creighton family are made because of their decision Meanwhile his sister Jenny wishes to marry Shadrach Yale before he leaves for war Even though he is a very close friend of the family her father declines their request because he feels she is too young and wont allow her to marry Shadrach or anyone He and Jenny continue to plan a
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