A Wrinkle in Time - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Mr. Murry asks that the monsters not take Meg, but the head monster assures him that Mr. Murry will be close by. The Black Thing has Meg in its clutches, and the monsters need to take the pain and poison away before it can hurt Meg's soul. They take Meg away, and heal her body.

Meg's mind, however, is still in the grip of the Black Thing. She is suspicious of the monsters, but eventually realizes that their healing could not come from IT. IT only knew pain, not help. Meg is grateful to the beasts, but she is still bitter that her father abandoned Charles Wallace to IT. Her father had also not saved her from the Black Thing's poison, the beasts had. Therefore, Meg puts her trust in the beasts to help her save her brother.

Meg talks to the monster...

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