Anything Goes - Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

John Barrowman
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Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4: In 1976, Barrowman's father accepted a position in the United States with the Caterpillar company, when Barrowman was nine. So the family left Scotland and flew across the Atlantic Ocean to become Americans. It was a momentous time for Barrowman. He held the "American Dream" in high regard and wanted to fit in. Barrowman also describes his love of Star Wars, which came out when he was 10. He had all the action figures and his room was covered with Star Wars memorabilia.

1976 was not the first time the Barrowmans had visited America, however. In 1970-71, Mr. Barrowman accepted a year-long stint at the Caterpillar company, and the family had what Barrowman calls the "Barrowmans' Excellent Adventure," multiple excursions around the midwest to see the sights. In one episode, the family was trekking across country in an RV...

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