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Innocence In Irene Hunt's Across Five Aprils Irene Hunt’s Across Five Aprils is about a family struggling through difficult times. Jethro, the main character, has gone through an awful lot for being such a young boy. He has gone through the loss of his siblings to disease and war. He now is understanding more of what war is like because his brothers are fighting thousands of miles away from home. Jethro has been living with the consequences of his brothers actions; which led to an attack on his farm as well as his water supply being compromised. Due to the significant amount of hardship, I believe that the theme is lost of innocence. A defining moment in the theme loss of innocence is when Jethro changes his
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