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After the Dancing Days Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary

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Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary

Mrs. Metcalf takes Annie to St. John's to visit Andrew, who regrets that Annie has learned the news of his leaving from someone other than himself. Annie shares her distress about the news; but Andrew assures Annie that his leaving is a good idea, because he has made a choice to continue his life and not stay hidden in the hospital any longer. Andrew also tells Annie that he owes his new sense of self-confidence to Annie. Her friendship inspired him to be able to take chances again and to want to be part of the world. He is also indebted to Dr. Metcalf, who helped Andrew secure his new job.

When Annie returns home that evening, Dr. Metcalf tells Annie that Andrew is making an important step in his recovery by accepting the hospital job in Topeka. Annie still wishes that Andrew could stay...

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