A Wind in the Door - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The Echthroi and Jenkins now speak with one voice. Sporos begs Meg's forgiveness and begins to sing for them, and his song causes the Echthroi to recoil. Jenkins-Echthroi tells Meg to give up, saying that human civilization is a failure. There is no point in continuing. Calvin tries to wrestle with Jenkins, but the Echthroi pull him inside. Meg kythes to Calvin with all her strength, loving and Naming him. Progo stops her. He will help Calvin himself, but only Meg can help Jenkins. Meg is afraid to reach out her kything to Jenkins because she remembers the pain of touching the Echthroi. She realizes that the only reason Jenkins is currently possessed by the Echthroi is because of Jenkins' love for Meg. He sacrificed himself to save her. She kythes her love for Jenkins and somehow reaches the real man inside the...

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