The Door in the Wall - Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Summary

Wallace continues by explaining a game he used to play by himself called North-West Passage. He would leave his house ten minutes early, wander in an odd direction, and try to find a new way to get to school. One day, he explains, he was getting quite lost, and it seemed as though he would lose the private game. Suddenly, he had encountered a secret passage at the end of a cul de sac. It led to a familiar looking area where, once again, there stood the long white wall and green door. The only difference this time was that he did not think of going through it, as he didn't want to be late for school. He did made it to school on time that day and thought of the garden as a jolly place that would always be there when he...

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