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After the Dancing Days - Study Guide Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Annie is pleased that she is not forced to accompany her mother and grandparents on the trip to Colorado, but is allowed to remain at home for the last month of her summer vacation. This new freedom allows Annie to take care of fundamental domestic tasks, as well as visit Timothy and Andrew at St. John's.

On one occasion, Annie attempts to apologize for her mother's rude behavior in front of Andrew, who dismisses Annie's apology. Andrew questions Annie about Uncle Paul; and Annie tells Andrew about Uncle Paul's medals earned for gallantry. Annie shares the details of the day an officer came to Grandfather's home to relate the details of Uncle Paul's death. The soldier tells the family that Uncle Paul died a hero, because he was an exemplary leader for his men.

Andrew is quiet during Annie's story. He then shows her the...

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