A Wind in the Door - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Meg wakes before dawn. She recalls the events of the previous night, and they do not feel like a dream. The only way to prove this is to go out to the star-watching rock and look for the cherubim. At the stone wall, she sees no sign of Louise. Meg crosses the orchard and climbs the wall on the other side. Louise is still not around. At the star-watching rock, she sees nothing at all. Just as she begins to accept that the whole thing was a dream, Proginoskes materializes.

Proginoskes thanks Meg for her promptness, and Meg tells him they only have an hour before she has to be in for breakfast. Proginoskes says they must determine what their first test will be. She asks him how, and he considers. Proginoskes suggests that since Blajeny has asked them to work together, then...

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