Whatsit, Who, and Which turn out to be transcendental beings who transport Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin through the galaxy by means of tesseracts, which are explained as being similar to "folding" the fabric of space and time. (Note: The name Dennys is a shortened version of Dionysus, but is pronounced the same way as the more common spelling Dennis. Aunt Beast is given a brief shoutout during one point in the film, still, it would have been lovely to see her brought to life on screen. At first she is a frightening character, but as Meg learns to trust her, she becomes a source of comfort and kindness for Meg. She seldom (if ever) fully materializes, but in human form she resembles a stereotyped witch in black robe and peaked hat. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. In the books, Sandy and Dennys are not as “special” or as smart as Meg or Charles. Your IP: A Wrinkle in Time For a teenage girl, ... Sandy and Dennys are described in A Wrinkle in Time as “ordinary.” And they are, especially compared to the rest of the Murry family. After drying her feet and having a midnight snack with Charles, Meg and their mother, Mrs Whatsit tells an already perplexed Dr. Murry that "there is such a thing as a tesseract.". The Black Thing C. The Happy Medium D. The Man with Red Eyes, Meg tries to save her father and ends up losing her brother. Cloudflare Ray ID: 5f0b5eecdc06fd22 //]]>. In the books, Sandy and Dennys are not as “special” or as smart as Meg or Charles. Of the twins, Sandy is generally the leader, and the more pragmatic of the two. Page 1 of 1 - About 10 essays. The children travel to Camazotz and rescue Meg's father, who is being imprisoned by an evil disembodied brain with powerful telepathic powers, which the inhabitants of Camazotz call "IT". L'Engle's liberal Christianity is unsettling to some. //