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After the Dancing Days - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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As Annie's mother drives the family home from the station, Annie thinks again of the day the family learned of Uncle Paul's death. Grandfather chopped wood for an hour after the news came, and Grandmother took to her room in grief for several days.

During Mr. Metcalf's absence, Annie and her mother did not talk of war, but kept to their routine. Annie had grown closer to her mother during this time, and wonders how she will adapt to her father's return. When they arrive home, the family is greeted by Grandfather, Grandmother, Aunt Felicia, Uncle Mark, Uncle John, and Annie's cousins, Frances and Charlie. Aunt Felicia has prepared a wonderful dinner. After the celbratory meal, the family retires to the front porch and to games of croquet.Later that evening, after the guests have departed, Dr. Metcalf and Annie sit close on the sofa as Mrs...

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