An essay of the theme of "A Wrinkle in Time" writen by Madeleine L'Engle.

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I have read an adventure story. It is "A Wrinkle in time" by Madeleine L'Engle. She expressed many important themes that we always meet in the world. They are loyalty, love, evil, and trusting.

The first theme is loyalty. When the Murry couples were not separated yet, they would write letters each day to keep in touch. They are loyal to each other. At the beginning of the story, Mrs. Murry did not know her husband, Mr. Murry was trapped in Camazotz. She was loyal to her husband. She still took good care of her children. She did not remarry another one. She said to Meg, "oh, something my husband and I were cooking up together. I don't want too far behind him when he comes back. "She is loyal to her husband.

The second theme is love. The first one is the love of Meg to his father.

At the beginning of the story, Meg did not know where her father was. She asked her mother about her father because she loved him. When Calvin asked Meg about her father, He said something impolite about her father. He said, "Do you think he could be dead ? "Meg leaped up and felt angry because she loved her father. When Meg knew that her father was trapped in Camazotz by the dark thing, she wanted to rescue her father because she loved him. When she knew that the dark thing she saw, is that what her father was fighting, she said, " We must go and find him. " When she knew that she needed to go behind the powerful darkness to rescue Father, she said in certainly voice, " We must go behind the shadow."

The second one is the love of Meg to Charles Wallace. At...