How is Meg's relationship with Charles Wallace important for her ability to free him?

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As the novel establishes from the very beginning, and as Meg says, she's the one who is closest to Charles Wallace, and while she doesn't fully understand him, he understands her. Her father has been gone for so long that he...

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