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Dancing at Midnight Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21-22 Summary

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Chapters 21-22 Summary

In Chapter Twenty-One, Belle's condition gets worse and worse, as her fever deepens. Her mother is there to try to nurse her, though she is becoming delirious. John sits with her constantly, trying to nurse her back to health. Finally, after a long time lying ill, Belle starts to get better, and her fever breaks very suddenly one day. Caroline has thanked John for all of his help, and admired how much he appears to truly love her daughter. Once Belle awakes, John is certain that he hears Ana's voice telling him that he is forgiven, and that he has saved a life, thus redeeming himself. He tries to explain this to Belle, but she insists that he never owed anything in the first place. No matter what, he has finally thrown off his psychological baggage.

Now that Belle is better, John must deal with...

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