Joy in the Morning - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

In chapter eleven, the author takes a break from the narrative to explain the relationship between the nearby town of Lopin and the university. The townspeople of Lopin rely heavily on commerce and employment at the university, but they remain far enough away from the university that the students rarely visit Lopin. The reader should be careful not to confuse Lopin with the town where the university is located.

The author then describes how Carl receives a letter from the principal at the high school in Lopin. The couple receives free rent at a cottage near the field house in exchange for keeping the furnace going. In spite of Carl's warnings, Annie becomes immediately attached to the cottage, though the job is only until spring when the new coach arrives.

Annie tours the town of Lopin, meeting many interesting but not...

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