Many Waters - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-3 Summary

"Many Waters" by Madeleine L'Engle tells the story of teenage twin brothers, Dennys and Sandy. The boys don't realize there is an experiment in progress in the lab. They are transported to a new place and era, and they must figure out how to get back to their home and time.

Sandy Murry and his identical twin brother Dennys are playing ice hockey when the snow gets so heavy they can't see the puck. As they prepare to walk home, the brothers discuss warm climates they would like to live in. Even though Dennys likes winter, he says he is getting tired of it by mid-March. They run back to their farmhouse a mile away and arrive inside to find a note from their mother. She is in town with Meg and Charles Wallace.

The twins prepare sandwiches for themselves and...

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