Why You Need to Own a Copy of
Madeleine L’Engle’s The Kairos Novels (box-set).
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The Kairos Novels:
The Wrinkle in Time and
Polly O’Keefe Quartets
Library of America, 2018.
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By C. Christopher Smith
The Library of America has recently released a gorgeous hardback box-set of Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time and its seven subsequent novels, a collection they have dubbed The Kairos Novels. The eight novels are presented in two volumes that contain four novels each: The Wrinkle in Time Quartet (Wrinkle, A Wind in the Door, A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Many Waters) and The Polly O’Keefe Quartet (The Arm of the Starfish, Dragons in the Waters, A House Like a Lotus, An Acceptable Time). The novels in the first four volumes trace the adventures of Meg Murry and Calvin O’Keefe, to whom we are introduced in Wrinkle. The second volume follows Polly O’Keefe, the daughter of Meg and Calvin.
Many L’Engle fans will already have copies of most, if not all, of these novels, so why recommend the box set?