A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

"The Winds with their Swiftness" Coming back out into himself, Charles Wallace excitedly tells Gaudior that he's realizing there are connections between the names Madoc and Mad Dog (the latter perhaps being some kind of joke). Gaudior comments that they seem to be getting closer to the particular Might Have Been the Wind needs them to change, but adds that because they're getting closer, the Echthroi are getting more determined to stop them. Charles Wallace insists they need to get to Patagonia and Vespugia, in spite of the Echthroi, and uses ropes from the Murry family's hammock (ropes bought from a store run by a man named Mortmain) to secure himself to Gaudior for the trip. After Gaudior takes off, the Echthroi attack immediately, bringing with them their horrible stench and hurling Charles Wallace and the unicorn into an icy lake and knocking...

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