A Wrinkle in Time

meg is more upset. describe her emotional state before she meets charles wallace in the kitchen, including the way she is feeling about herself

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Meg's conflict in Chapter One involves rising above her seemingly low self-esteem to embrace her own idiosyncrasy and unique abilities. In this chapter, we see all the hints of foreshadowing that will unite to incite her towards adventure and discovery - her melancholy feelings at lacking a father, her separation from other students her age, and a feeling of being unsettled in the real world.