The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Tom Angleberger
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Summary

The focus of this chapter changes to a girl named Sara, Tommy’s crush. In this chapter Sara and her friends sit at the table adjacent to Tommy to make fun of their weirdness. While sitting there at the table Sara is confronted by Dwight and told to learn the Twist, which she learns is a dance from Spiderman 3. Sara goes home with her friend Amy and they look the dance up on the computer before trying to learn the dance. Sara’s grandmother hears the commotion upstairs and comes running up to see what is going on. In the end she joins Amy and Sarah, learning to do the Twist too. Sara says that this is the happiest any of them have been since her parents divorced.

Analysis

This chapter expresses the theme of Family heavily. It’s implied that Sara has been...

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