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After the Dancing Days - Study Guide Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Later that night, Annie investigates Uncle Paul's medals at her grandparents' home and discovers no Purple Heart among them. Annie determines that her grandfather is the only person to ask about the absence of this distinguished medal. So Annie writes a letter to Grandfather, recuperating in Colorado.

As the days pass, Annie continues to visit St. John's every day to spend time with Andrew, and to help the nuns with small tasks and errands. One day, Andrew reveals to Annie that he had considered killing himself, shortly after his injuries, because he had been in such excruciating pain. Now Andrew wants to die because of his horribly disfigured and scarred face and upper body. Andrew appreciates Annie's willingness to befriend him and not look away when she sees him now.

Annie summons the courage to ask Andrew how he sustained his injuries. Andrew tells her...

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