A Wrinkle in Time - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

The children can't figure how to get inside the walls of the CENTRAL Central Intelligence building. They talk to a man who says he is fond of children, but that he needs to report them. When he does this, the wall slides back and the children are able to walk inside, and find themselves in a room of machines.

Charles Wallace is afraid, and tells Meg that something is trying to get to him. The children notice a man in a chair. The man doesn't move his lips, but speaks right into their brains. Meg can't tell if he is kind or cruel, because all she can focus on is his red eyes and the light pulsing above him. Charles warns her not to look at the man, since he will hypnotize them.

The man starts saying that there is no need to...

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