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Dialectical Journal Name: Claire-Marie Ripp Title of Book: A Wrinkle in Time Period/Block: 3/4 Assigned Reading: Chapter Twelve Date Assigned:11/30/15 Date Due:12/04/15 Text Notes & “Noticings” Quotes/Notes/Figurative Language/Vocab (8 or more items) Reactions/Commentary/Questions Vocabulary Gooseflesh Page 215 “The grim voice made Meg’s skin prickle into gooseflesh.” Tremendous Page 231 “Mr. Murry was running across the lawn, Mrs. Murry running towards him, and there were in each other’s arms, a tremendous, happy jumble. Figurative Language Personification: “Immediately Meg was swept into darkness, into nothingness, and then into the icy devouring cold of the Black Thing.” Page 155 Simile: “But Mrs. Whatsit held up a warning hand and Meg realized that she was not completely materialized, that she was light and not substance, and embracing her now would have been like trying to hug a sunbeam.” Page 147 Questions How did Meg save Charles? Page What did Calvin give to Meg before she left to go save Charles?

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