chapter 25 : How is feeling of apprehension conveyed at the end of this chapter?

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This chapter ends with the menacing remarks of Bob Ewell, "...one down and about two more to go." These remarks by Ewell foreshadow his attack on Jem and Scout. Most people of the town feel that Tom Robinson's death has ended this very difficult time in Maycomb, but Bob Ewell lets us know that it isn't over yet. We feel a sense of dread, knowing that what Bob has in store for Atticus and his family isn't going to be good. 

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