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After the Dancing Days - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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When Annie awakens the next morning, she learns that her father is out for a walk with Grandfather. Annie questions her mother about the wounded men at the train station, but her mother squelches any dialogue on the subject. Annie rushes out to find her father and Grandfather. She finds them engaged in conversation about a young man named Timothy Lewis, who has been blinded by his war injuries. Grandfather has been visiting Timothy and reading Ivanhoe, to help pass the time with the young man. Annie's mother does not approve of Grandfather spending so much time at St. John's, and will not allow Annie to visit the soldiers at the hospital. Annie's mother also prefers that her husband would return to work at the County Hospital; but Dr. Metcalf feels compelled to work at St. John's to help the veterans in any way he can.

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