Joy in the Morning - Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-22 Summary

Annie brings home a carriage from the second hand store, and Carl ridicules her choice as a broken waste of money. Annie throws a fit, but Carl still takes the carriage back. He discusses payment plans with the coach, who assures Carl that, on large purchases, buying on time is necessary. He refers Carl to a local home store, with his recommendation.

Carl returns home with the new carriage, but Annie remains angry. Carl feels on edge because of a lack of sex, due to Annie's condition. After her last doctor's appointment, Annie feels sure she will have a girl because she does not feel strong enough to have a boy.

With the coming of the new school year, Carl fears that Jello, Annie's dog, will return to the fraternity. He also worries about missing the birth, but the Dean's secretary...

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