A Wind in the Door - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

The group listens to the beautiful song of the Deepened farae. Theirs is the song of the universe, and their song orders the rhythm of creation. They sing with the stars, and their physical inability to move does not limit their movement in any way. The song of the farae falters for a moment. Meg can feel the icy cold hand of the Echthroi at work within Yadah. The farae send her an image of the little farandolae, including Sporos, dancing wildly around a Deepened fara. Their dance is frenetic and destructive. Progo explains that through this whirling dance the little farandolae are sucking the life out of the Deepened fara. Meg cries out for them to stop, but the farandolae dance on. Meg can see Charles Wallace gasping for air as Dr. Louise puts an oxygen mask on his face. Meg hears...

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