I think that being on a 2-D planet would not feel nice. First, if it was 2-D, then it would squeeze your lungs. Second, it would be hard to do alot of everyday things( like for me, kickball) . Finally, on page 80 it says," Oh, no! We can't stop here! This is a two dimensional planet and the children can't manage here!". I think that this means that it dosen't feel good to humans. That is my point of view of the 2-D planet.
Good job! The only thing I noticed was that "a lot" is two words.
I think on the 2-D planet it would feel as if you were as if you were a paper person cut out of a piece of paper. I think you would feel like that because the 2nd demensioin is flat, so you can call it the flat planet. An example would be on p.79 "Pressure she had never imagined, as though she had been flattened by an enormous steam roller." another one would be on p.80 "She tried to gasp, but a paper doll can't gasp." I belive that if I were on the 2-D or flat planet I would feel like a paper person cut out of paper.
Good job. No errors. Nice!!!!
I think a 2-D planet would feel like you are having the guts squished out of you. It would be way worse than sitting on a plane seat between two really HUGE people from Cleveland to China. I wonder if it might feel like you're drowning because you wouldn't be able to breathe. On page 90, it says, "This was far worse than nothingness had been; while she was nothing, there was no need to breathe, but now her lungs were squeezed together so tightly that although she was dying for want of air there was no way for her lungs to expand and contract, to take in the air that she must have to stay alive." Also, on page 91, Charles Wallace says, " Really Mrs Which, you might have killed us." The 2-D planet is not a place for humans.
Your post is great and very complex. You also used great examples from the text. I don't know why I said text. It sounds so grownupish.(:). I don't know why I put that either.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.