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After the Dancing Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

A few days later, Annie accompanies her grandfather to St. John's. She is concerned because Grandfather seems to be unsteady on his feet, and has a hard time breathing during the trolley ride to the hospital. Nevertheless, the old man keeps his commitment to visit Timothy again, to continue the reading of Ivanhoe. Timothy introduces Annie and her grandfather to Andrew Crayton, the man with the severely burned face, whom Annie had met before. Andrew gruffly acknowledges Annie before Grandfather begins his reading; and Annie sits uncomfortably by the wounded man on a bench until Grandfather pauses. Annie takes the opportunity to find her father and tell him about Grandfather's health, then returns to Andrew and Grandfather still sitting on the bench.

Annie shares her books of maps with Andrew while Grandfather naps; and Andrew sarcastically comments on the books, proclaiming the beauty of Europe...

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