A Wind in the Door - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Meg and Charles return to the house in pensive silence. Inside, the twins wait for Charles Wallace, hoping to play ball with him before it gets dark, but Charles is too tired. Meg finds her mother in the kitchen and tells her that Charles suspects something is wrong with his mitochondria. Mrs. Murry sighs at Charles' prescience. She admits to Meg that both she and Dr. Louise believe the deadly flu virus that has been affecting the populace is really not the flu at all, but mitochondritis. Mother's extreme worry causes her to be sharp with Meg, but she apologizes. Meg suggests that they keep Charles home from school, but Mother insists this would only make it harder for him to adjust to school in the long run. They discuss Charles Wallace's extraordinary insight and intuition. He always seems to know more than...

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