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After the Dancing Days - Study Guide Chapters 28, 29, and 30 Summary & Analysis

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It is now only two days before Andrew departs for Topeka. Annie receives some good advice from her grandfather, who counsels Annie to live her life and not to pine away for Andrew, as Annie's grandmother longs for Uncle Paul. Annie determines that it is unfair that Andrew and the other St. John's veterans have not been invited to the war memorial ceremony. So she phones Andrew to extend an invitation to attend, which Andrew hesitantly accepts.

The next day, Annie does not join her classmates in their concert at the war memorial ceremony, instead standing with Andrew in the midst of the crowd. After the ceremony, Andrew takes Annie for a ride on Dr. Metcalf's motorcycle.

Later that evening, Mrs. Metcalf plays the piano at the concert at St. John's. Afterwards, she invites Andrew to visit the Metcalf family any time he returns to...

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