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After the Dancing Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

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Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

The end of summer approaches. While Annie dreads her mother's return, there is good news that Timothy's eyesight has been restored. Andrew introduces Annie to a man who had served with Uncle Paul; and the man confirms that Uncle Paul had not been killed in battle on June 6, because the company did not engage in fighting until June 14. The man advises Annie to let the issue drop; but Annie resolves to discover the truth about her uncle's death.

Annie's mother and grandparents return from Colorado. Annie can no longer hide the fact that she has been deceiving her mother, by visiting St. John's every day after her mother had forbidden Annie to do so. Tensions increase between Annie and her mother; and Mrs. Metcalf extends her anger to Dr. Metcalf, for his allowing Annie to visit the hospital all summer. Dr. Metcalf supports Annie's decision...

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