A Wind in the Door - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Blajeny appears on the schoolyard as Meg bends over the prone Mr. Jenkins. Blajeny chides Proginoskes for appearing so suddenly, and Progo apologizes for not taking more care with a limited person like Jenkins. Meg speaks soothingly to Jenkins, assuring him that Blajeny and Progo are friends. Jenkins sits up slowly, certain that he is dreaming. Jenkins shudders visibly when he sees Louise slithering towards them. Blajeny and Louise the snake converse privately for a moment, and then Blajeny informs the others that Charles' mitochondritis is now severe because the Echthroi are enraged over Meg's success. Meg pleads for Blajeny to take them home so that she can be with Charles Wallace. Blajeny insists that there is no time. They must go to Metron Ariston immediately. Blajeny asks Jenkins to accompany them and help. Jenkins thinks he's having a nervous breakdown. Blajeny assures...

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