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After the Dancing Days Setting & Symbolism

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Train Station

At the beginning of the novel, Annie and her mother wait for Mr. Metcalf to return from New York City at the Kansas City train station.

Ivanhoe

Ivanhoe is a novel of historical fiction written by Sir Walter Scott in 1819. It is the book read to Timothy Lewis by Grandfather during hospital visits.

St. John's Hospital

St. John's Hospital is the veteran's hospital where Dr. Metcalf practices and where Grandfather visits Timothy Lewis and other wounded soldiers. It is also where Annie meets and establishes a friendship with Andrew.

La Boheme

La Boheme is an Italian opera, written by Puccini, and the first opera production attended by Annie, who is escorted by her Uncle Paul.

Blair's Ice Cream and Candy Parlor

Blair's Ice Cream and Candy Parlor is the site of the Sunday School outing with Miss Peterson, where Annie encounters ignorant and rude treatment from...

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