A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

"The Rocks with their Steepness" Meg is woken from her kything dream by the ringing of the telephone. When she joins the rest of the family, she learns that the call has come from Mrs. O'Keefe, who says she's found something that the family (and particularly Charles Wallace) needs to see. One of the twins goes to fetch her, and when she arrives, she is shocked when Meg calls her Beezie, insisting no-one has called her that since her brother. She then produces a letter from her attic written in 1865 by Bran Maddox to his brother Matthew. In the letter, Bran refers to having found a new home in Vespugia with a group of Welsh immigrants, and how the community is friends with the local natives, one of whom is a blue eyed woman named Zillie (who reminds Bran of his girlfriend back...

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