In Chapter 23 how does Winnie feel during the day in Tuck Everlasting?  

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Winnie is feeling a sense of anticipation in Chapter 23, because this is the night she is going to help break Mae Tuck out of jail.  The weather is oppressively hot, but at the same time feels like there is going to be a storm.  Everyone goes to bed early.

Winnie also feels oppressed because she feels guilty about what she is about to do, which is again something forbidden.

There were three hours to wait before midnight and nothing whatever to do. Winnie wandered restlessly about her room, sat in her rocker, lay on her bed, counted the ticks of the hall...

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