A Wind in the Door - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Meg kythes frantically for help. Thankfully, her pain subsides. A distraught Progo explains that when Meg reached for Mr. Jenkins' hand, she got a hold of an Echthros-Jenkins instead. The Echthroi have followed them to Yadah. Progo believes Sporos has let them in, since Sporos' pride makes him vulnerable to the Echthroi. Progo thinks this is why he refuses to Deepen. Meg asks how they saved her. Reluctantly, Calvin explains that several of the little farae Xed themselves to save Meg. They tickled the Echthros-Jenkins until it let go of her hand, but they died in the process. The Echthroi are still in Yadah. Progo tells Meg to reach out to the real Mr. Jenkins, but Meg is afraid. She resists, saying that Jenkins is too slow at kything. He will only hold them back. Perceptively, Calvin explains that adults, although slow at...

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