A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

"All Heaven with its Power" Lonely and frightened in her childhood bedroom, Meg lies sleepless in bed, missing both her husband and the old family dog, and reflecting on the night's events. She is visited by Charles Wallace, who tells her he's prepared to do whatever it takes to face down Mad Dog Branzillo, adding that he feels he will have to go far away. He and Meg discuss what they know of Mrs. O'Keefe, Charles insisting that she's got some connection to Branzillo and that everything is connected to something he once read about a fight to the death between two feuding brothers, but he can remember nothing more. Meg says Mrs. O'Keefe's first name is Branwen and that her maiden name was Maddox, a name that Charles Wallace feels has a connection with the piece of writing he's trying to remember...

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