Joy in the Morning - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

To save money for the upcoming baby, Carl applies for a student loan. When he goes to see the dean, Dean Darwent not only assists with the loan but also suggests a local gynecologist. The dean also commends Annie for her writing.

During the gynecological exam, Annie shows a great deal of discomfort and insists that Carl wait in the waiting room. After a good report, other than worries about Annie's narrow pelvis, the doctor explains his fees. Annie agrees to deliver at the university's hospital, where, in exchange for experience for medical students, the fees are lowered.

Back home, Carl befriends the new coach at the high school. This pleases Annie because she fears Carl's moodiness stems from a lack of male friends in the new town. After writing to both of their mother's, they receive no support.

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