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In an interview with Horn Book magazine, she said, "I think that fantasy must possess the author and simply use him. I know that is true of A Wrinkle in Time. I cannot possibly tell you how I came to write it. It was simply a book I had to write. I had no choice. It was only after it was written that I realized what some of it meant.”In another interview, she said, "Of course I’m Meg," admitting her deep connection with the lead character in the novel.
L’Engle is survived by her two daughters, Josephine F. Jones and Maria Rooney and her granchildren and great-grandchildren.
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