How does Rosicky feel about the graveyard in Chapter 2 of Willa Cather's "Neighbor Rosicky"?

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How Rosicky in "Neighbor Rosicky" feels about the graveyard that he passes on his way home from Dr. Burleigh's office is set up in the description Cather writes at the beginning of the passage. The omniscient narrator says:

[It] was beginning to snow ... he stopped his horses and sat still on his wagon seat, looking about at the snowfall. ... [It] seemed to draw things together like. ... On his cap and shoulders, ... light, delicate, mysterious it fell; ... It meant rest ... a season of long nights for sleep, ....

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