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After the Dancing Days - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Later that evening, Dr. Metcalf asks Annie about her experience at St. John's. She tells him about her encounter with the man with the severely burned face. Dr. Metcalf tells Annie that most of the burned soldiers experienced their injuries as a result of mustard gas, used by both armies during the war.

Later that week, Annie attends a movie with her Sunday School class. Afterwards, the students are treated to ice cream by their teacher, Miss Peterson, at Blair's Ice Cream and Candy Parlor. Annie is shocked by Miss Peterson's comments that Dr. Metcalf should not be associating with the Catholics at St. John's. Miss Peterson is also disgusted by the disfigured and injured men at St. John's; and Annie defends both the men and her father for his continuing service to those who need him. Annie determines that she will spend her time in pursuits...

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