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Summary Charles Wallace now in the grip of IT sits contentedly eating his turkey dinner He tells Meg and Calvin that the Man with the Red Eyes is their friend and that the Mrs Ws are the enemies They realize that this is not the real Charles Wallace speaking and grab his arm in an attempt to release the real person trapped within They tell the Man with the Red Eyes that they know that it is he who is speaking through Charles The Man identifies himself as the Prime Coordinator and tells them that Charles will lead them to Mr Murry Charles leads Meg and Calvin down a long white corridor As they walk Meg is reminded of Mrs Whatsits gift to Calvin his ability to communicate She encourages him to try to speak with her brother For a moment Calvins tone of jocular friendliness seems to reach Charles Wallace but then the boy drifts away again Charles tells them that instead of searching for Mr Murry they should turn themselves over entirely to IT whom he identifies as the Boss and the Happiest Sadist He extols the virtues of IT and declares that on Camazotz the total conformity prevents all war or unhappiness Meg notes that sometimes a little bit of unhappiness is a necessary precondition for happiness Suddenly Charles waves his hand and the wall of the corridor grows transparent to reveal a small room radiating a dull sulphurous light In response to Megs questioning Charles says that he simply moved around the walls atoms to make it open He shows Calvin and Meg another room in which the little boy that they saw that afternoon is bouncing a wall to a pulsing rhythm wincing with pain each time the ball hits the ground Charles explains that it is a punishment for the boys earlier deviance Then he shows Meg and Calvin another small cell in which stands a transparent cylinder or
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