A Wrinkle in Time - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Meg wakes up the next morning and finds out that the tesseract is a scientific concept that her mother and father were working on. She goes to school with her 10-year-old twin brothers, Sandy and Dennys who are upset that they missed the fun during the night. Because she is tired, Meg gets in trouble in class, and is sent to the principal's office.

Mr. Jenkins tries to get Meg to face facts and admit that her father is gone for good. She yells at him, and he calls her "the most belligerent, uncooperative child in school."

At home, Charles Wallace wants her to come with him to visit Mrs. Whatsit and her two friends. On the way to the haunted house, Meg and Charles talk about how he can sense her feelings, as if she were talking to him in another language...

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