A Winkle In Time Analysis

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A Wrinkle In Time Essay
“We’re going.”
“Going? Where?”
“I don't know exactly. But I think it’s to find father,” said Charles Wallace to Meg (48).
This quote relates to the book A Wrinkle In Time because it is the start of the journey Meg Murry, Charles Wallace Murry, and Calvin O’Keefe go on to find Charles and Meg's dad. Their journey is long and hard, but they eventually prevail and find their father. A Wrinkle In Time is a fantasy book that is written by Madeleine L'engle in which the conflict was explored, the setting and characters are both realistic and imaginary, and the author uses many fantasy techniques.
The conflict of this book was an inner conflict with Meg. She doesn’t think she is good enough for her family, but as she goes
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One of which was the first writing technique. The first is when the setting starts in a realistic setting, then goes to an imaginary place, then ends back in a real place. A Wrinkle In Time starts in Meg's room, goes to Uriel, Camazotz, and other places, and finishes back at Meg's house (1,51,91,196). Another technique this book used was the third technique. This technique is where a strange event causes a person to change. That happened to Meg when she loves Charles back to her by saying, “I love you. Charles Wallace, you are my darling and my dear and the light of my life and the treasure of my heart. I love you. I love you. I love you.” (195). This experience changes Meg. One more technique the story used was the use of literary terms. This means using foreshadowing, flashbacks, symbolism, and imagery. This story used symbolism, imagery, and foreshadowing. An example of symbolism and imagery is the Black Thing. It is a symbol of evil. An example of foreshadowing was the stormy night at the beginning of the story, it foreshadowed the Black Thing and IT. Both are evil beings. (1-3) The author used many fantasy writing techniques throughout the
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