After a moment it seemed that his eyes were no longer focusing. Murry is a physicist with the Institute for Higher Learning in Princeton, who was working for the government on a top secret project when he disappeared. He was dressed like Charles Wallace; he looked like Charles Wallace; he had the same sandy brown hair, the same face that had not yet lost its baby roundness.
Whatsit that among the three friends, he is the most vulnerable because of his cleverness and confidence. Meg can be stubborn, impatient and angry, but these qualities come in useful when she has to resist IT.
He asks Meg about her home life, and Meg feels that he is prying when he asks if they have heard from Mr.
Charles seems to know her and calls her Mrs. This new Charles speaks He insists that he does not really understand how this works, because the process seems purely passive: Charles does not feel he must make any effort to "read" his loved ones' minds; rather, he feels that they themselves are freely telling him their thoughts.
Whatsit takes on another form, appearing as a beautiful creature with the lower parts resembling a horse but a torso, arms and head like a man.
Unlike her beautiful mother, Meg is plain. Whatsit Mrs. The main struggle for Charles Wallace lies in the fact that he tries to embrace his childhood while knowing that he is unordinary and more gifted than others at his age.