After the Dancing Days Topics for Discussion

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What is Annie's most important discovery during the summer of 1918?

Explain why Annie is so distraught about learning the details of Uncle Paul's death?

Is the relationship between Annie and Andrew something that is feasible in real life, given the difference in their ages?

What important lessons about tolerance and acceptance does Annie learn from both her father and her mother?

Is Annie more like her parents, or do her personality traits seem more like her grandfather? Explain.

Compare and contrast the situation of returning veterans today, as opposed to those who returned from war in 1918.

What does Annie learn about heroism by the end of the story? What does true heroism mean to you?

How has Annie helped Andrew recuperate, and what impact has she had on Andrew's ability to get back out into the world?

Mrs. Metcalf is not a typical homemaker...

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