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Dairy Queen Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4: Amber - Chapter 6: Jimmu Ott Steps In Summary

Catherine Gilbert Murdock
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Chapter 4: Amber - Chapter 6: Jimmu Ott Steps In Summary

Chapter 4 - D.J. describes her best friend Amber for readers. Amber is a year older than D.J. and described as 'able to appear very tough and intimidating', yet the stories D.J. shares about experiences with her friend are fun and silly memories. She feels very comfortable with Amber and enjoys hearing Amber's stories - although they are likely exaggerated - about engaged couples at work because Amber works for a catering company.

The chapter shows D.J., Amber, and Amber's friend Kari acting like typical teenage girls joking around, making judgmental statements, and privately making fun of the more popular kids. It seems to make them feel better to put the other kids down. When Brian and his friends make fun of D.J. openly, calling her "Dairy queen," Amber...

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