A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

"All These I Place" After a long and painful withdrawal from Chuck (whom Gaudior says had been put into an institution by Mortmain) and after a frightening detour into a Projection, Charles Wallace has a difficult time going Within his next host - Matthew Maddox, who lives near the star watching rock in 1865, the time of the American Civil War. Matthew was crippled in a riding accident during which, he comments at one point, he smelled an awful stench. Conversation with Zillah, the betrothed of his twin brother Bran, reveals that Bran is fighting in the war, that Bran and Matthew have a close psychic connection, and that Matthew is himself in love with Zillah. Conversation also reveals that Matthew and Zillah both believe the legends of their distantly-related families being descended from an ancient Welsh prince named Madoc, who married into the...

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