A Wrinkle in Time Essay & Project Ideas

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1. L'Engle has said that she believes all things to be inter-connected; thus, if something happens to one person, it has an effect on everything in the universe.

How does this attitude shape A Wrinkle in Time? Does this idea resemble the Hindu and Buddhist concept of karma in any way? How?

2. When Calvin visits the Murrys for the first time, he says that he feels that he is going home. What is lacking in his own family life that makes him react in this way? What does the Murry family have that his own family does not? Why is Calvin attracted to Meg, who sees herself as a social outcast? What special qualities does she possess that Calvin sees but she cannot yet see herself?

3. L'Engle would characterize herself as a Christian writer, yet her book doesn't talk about the...

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