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After the Dancing Days - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

Later that evening, Annie and her parents visit her grandparents; but Annie cannot shake the anger she feels over her mother's reaction to the visits to St. John's. The cool mood between Annie and her mother flows into the next day; and the two try to avoid each other in the house, as each goes about her daily routine. Eventually, Mrs. Metcalf agrees to let Annie continue her visits to the hospital. Dr. Metcalf has convinced his wife of the importance of Annie's visits to Andrew and the others.

When Annie visits Andrew later that day, Andrew reveals that he has found a lieutenant who had served in the war under Uncle Paul's leadership. Annie is shocked by the lieutenant's revelation that Uncle Paul had died of measles, and had not died in battle or suffered any battle wounds.

Andrew attempts to console Annie and...

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