A Wind in the Door - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

A very tall stranger wearing dark robes strides out of the woods and into the pasture. The stranger again tells Meg, Charles and Calvin not to be afraid of the dragon-like creature. The creature has so many wings and eyes that Meg is not surprised Charles Wallace thought it was a drive, or group, of dragons. Small flames and smoke spurt from the creature. Charles Wallace bravely steps forward and asks who the tall stranger is, and the stranger replies that he is a Teacher. The Teacher introduces them to the bizarre, many-winged creature. Its name, or his name, is Proginoskes. Proginoskes is a single cherubim, although the word cherubim is the plural form of cherub. Proginoskes explains that he is practically plural given his great number of wings and eyes. He insists that he is not a single cherub, but a single...

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