Meg is an oddball and is dislike by everyone but her family, she gets made fun of and defends her brother Charles Wallace. While Meg is at school she gets in trouble and has to talk to the principal. She is made fun of for being dumb and ugly. Mr. Jenkins quotes, “Do you enjoy being the most belligerent, uncooperative child in school?”(L’engle 28). This is what Meg’s principal said to her when she got in trouble.
Aidan is very protective of his little sister, he doesn't like upsetting her and he always puts her before himself. Throughout the book Aidan and Meg find themselves in sticky situations that don't just involve the police. Whenever Aidan was faced with a problem he would think back to the “Mac Mulvey” survival books his dad wrote. Almost every situation Aidan was faced with, his Dad's Mac Mulvey books had taught him how to deal with it. Meg Falconer(short for Margaret) is 11 years old. She is very energetic and she is a risk taker. When something comes up where the siblings must act fast Meg was always the one to spring into action. Also she is a very convincing liar which helped along the journey tremendously. Miguel, a teenager from the farm Aidan and Meg were sent to was along with them for the journey, he was a bully to Aidan until the farm burned down. He had no where to go so he decided to help the Falconers, he played a big part in escaping the police with a few tricks he had learned before he went to the
As Meg encounters conflict, she feels anger and protectiveness for those who she is close to. Charles Wallace had delved into the mind of IT, who took him over. Meg yells angrily, “‘Where is he? She demanded of the
Meg finally began to trust the three W’s. Meg soon faced another conflict. Her, Charles Wallace and Calvin met IT. IT wanted Charles Wallace to let IT inside his mind. Meg wouldn’t allow it. She was very protective over her brother you could say. She loved Charles Wallace with all her heart and didn’t want Charles to go inside IT because she didn’t know if she would ever get him back, even if it was to save her father. Meg was scared of the things she did not know. She didn’t like the idea of not knowing. Charles Wallace went inside IT while Meg and Calvin were held down by guards.
Megs mentors inform her of The Darkness and how it was destroying worlds. The Darkness is the first enemy she encounters. They travel to the other side of the dark thing to Camazotz and go to the CENTRAL Central Intelligence which is the most dangerous place in this special world and is where their quest is hidden (58:00-01:07:30 ). Meg endures a lot of tests, but one of the biggest ones is when she first saves her farther from the cell he had been being kept in while he had been missing and his family had no idea where he was. She was able to rescue him using the glasses Mrs. Who gave to her to enter into his magical cell.
Meg (Margaret) Murry is not like any other twelve-year-old girl. She is upset with just about everything but most of all she “hates” herself. She thinks that she is an “oddball” and that is why nobody likes her. Meg isn’t that great in school either; she can only do math but that doesn’t matter because the teachers mark her down for doing the problems “in her own way.”
The main character Meg Murry is the perfect innocent child turned into a hero. The beginning of the story presents a 13 year old Meg as young, and constantly wallowing in self-pity. Meg enters the first chapter emotionally immature with
In the beginning of the book, she starts off as a troubled teen who gets called into the principal's office a lot, has bad grades, and can barely fit into her society. She gets picked on because of her differences and because of her family. Most of the people in her hometown believe that the reason for her behavior has to do with her father’s disappearance, since no one knows where he went or when/if he will come back. When Meg tessers to the different planets in search of her father, even though in the group of three, she is the second oldest, with Charles Wallace as the youngest and Calvin as the oldest, she acts like the youngest. Whenever she gets scared or nervous about entering an unknown location, she will hold hands with her two boys. Both boys also treat her as a delicate child who needs to be protected at all time. Yet near the end, Meg begins to grow in bravery. When someone has to save Charles Wallace from IT, even though she was to scared, she knew that she was their only hope, and volunteered to go. By putting her fears behind her, Meg was able to save her little brother from
eg Murry's father went to a scientific mission in another planet and is in danger. He needs the help of Meg, Charles Walles(Meg's little brother), and Calvin O'Keefe (Meg's new friend). Although Meg is eager to save him, she needs wise guidance from Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Which. As they all travel from planet to planet looking for her father, they encounter new, frightening, and educational experiences. These experiences could mean the difference between life and death an between loss and love. While they're trying to save Meg's father from IT, a powerful, robotic body, along with a disturbing, oversized brain that rule a "controlled" town, the earth is being shadowed by The Black Thing that symbolizes the evil powers. Even though
In the novel A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L´engle, Meg Murry, a high school student, goes on a quest to save her father from IT. Meg did not feel confident in herself in the beginning of the book. Meg struggles in school because of her impatience, anger, and stubbornness, but these weaknesses turn into strengths as she attempts to save her brother from the evil clutches of IT. Throughout the novel, A Wrinkle in Time, Meg proves to be a character who shows her insecurity, learns that differences are what makes people human, and understands that her family loves her and she should show them love also.
Meg goes up against evil and sees how powerful love can be. “I give you my love, Meg. Never forget that. My love always.” pg.222. Meg forgot about all of the love she is surrounded by. When Meg gets nervous, she needs to feel comfort. ¨ Meg reached out and instinctively grabbed for Calvin´s hand.¨ Meg is insecure and when she gets uncomfortable, or scared she wants someone to be
Together, they walked till they found a house in the woods. Inside was a strange lady that was a friend of Mrs. Whatsit. After they talked for a while, they left and invited Calvin for dinner. While it was cooking, Meg and Calvin had a private talk about her Mr. Murry. Meg got frustrated a couple times and ended up crying.
Upon awaking the next morning, Meg wonders whether the irrational events of the previous night were merely a dream, but her mother assures her that "you don't have to understand things for them to be. That day at school, her social studies teacher sends her to the principal's office for being rude. The principal, Mr. Jenkins, tells Meg that he is sure she could do better in school if only she would apply herself. He asks Meg about her home life, and Meg feels that he is prying when he asks if they have heard from Mr. Murry. She becomes defensive and antagonistic when Mr. Jenkins remarks that the Murrys should just face the facts and accept that Mr. Murry has left them for good.
As they walk around, its is evident that everything and everyone is in sync. It is revealed that they are under in the influence from the rhythm of IT, a freakishly large disembodied brain. When the children meet IT, Charles Wallace defies the brain with his exceptional intelligence. Unfortunately, Charles is overcome and hypnotized by the brain's influence. The brain begins to broadcast itself through Charles and leads the other two to Meg’s father. Upon freeing her father from his confines, they return to confront the brain once more and attempt to free Charles from its grasp. They are unsuccessful and forced to tesser away at the last moment to an unknown
The neighbor boy, Laurie, is quite close with all of the March sisters. While all of the girls are over at his house quite often, Laurie is made to stay at home with his tutor Mr. John Brooke. Over a period of 4-5 months, Mr. Brooks fell in love with Meg. When Meg first found out, she was against the whole thought of it. Mr. Brooke was poor and wouldn't give her the life she so wanted to have. After a confrontation with Aunt March, Meg realized that she did in fact have strong feelings for Mr. Brooke. They were married 3 years later. During their marriage, Meg learned to love Mr. Brooke as a wife would. At first, before love was strong, she pitied herself and her small house with few furnishings. She felt very sad that she didn't get many nice things at her wedding and she couldn't afford to buy them for herself. She had once bought a piece of silk for 50 dollars despite how little money her and John had. John was not mad but disappointed in her. He canceled the order he had made for a new coat with "I can't afford it, my dear" as the only explanation (214). This was the turning point for Meg. After this she realized how much she did care about John and she didn't want him to be disappointed