A Wind in the Door - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

All three Jenkinses recoil in fear of the snake. Charles Wallace looks at them with interest as Louise makes the same warning sound Meg heard the snake make the previous night. Jenkins One asks what he is doing with the snake, and Charles explains he was told to bring a small pet to school today. Meg is pleased with her brother. Bringing the snake has undoubtedly upset his teacher, which should improve Charles' standing with his classmates. Jenkins Two and Three lecture Charles. Jenkins Three demands to know why he is not in class. Charles' teacher has asked him to take the snake home. Meg looks at the snake appraisingly. She feels certain that the snake knows which Jenkins is which. Progo tells Meg that she must Name Jenkins herself, however. She can't allow the snake to do this for her. Meg accepts...

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