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The Tesseract Mrs Which replies that Meg is correct Her father is behind the darkness so they cannot see him Mrs Whatsit tells Meg not to despair There is hope even though the task is difficult They must go behind the shadow and to do that they must tesser again She explains what tessering is It is like taking a short cut between two points Mrs Who demonstrates by taking hold of a part of her skirt in her left hand and another part in her right hand and then bringing her hands together Meg doesnt understand but Mrs Whatsit explains that they travel in the fifth dimension of space She tries to explain to Meg the concepts of one-dimensional two-dimensional and three-dimensional The fourth dimension is time The fifth dimension is a tesseract Add that to the four dimensions and travel through space is possible without having to go the long way round One by one Mrs Whatsit Mrs Who and Mrs Which disappear as they tesser Then there is darkness and utter silence Megs body seems to dissolve She feels great pressure and her lungs are squeezed together Her mind is flattened out and she cannot think Then she hears a voice saying they have stopped by mistake at a two-dimensional planet and must move on Then the nothingness returns after which she is pushed out of the fifth dimension with a jerk and she sees Calvin and Charles Wallace again Mrs Which apologizes for her mistake and Mrs Whatsit tells them they are now in Orions belt When Meg worries that their mother must be frantic over their absence Mrs Whatsit reassures her they did a time wrinkle as well as a space wrinkle so when Meg returns it will be about five minutes before she left They all take a walk The planet they are on is very flat with no vegetation They go into a cavern and meet
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