The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Tom Angleberger
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Summary

This chapter is in the point of view of Tommy. The group is at lunch and Tommy decides to let a boy named Lance sit at their lunch table. The problem is that Lance sits in Dwight’s seat and refuses to move from the seat when Dwight comes over. Despite the fact that Lance is more popular than the rest of the group Tommy argues with him, saying that Lance is in Tommy’s seat and he needs to move. Lance leaves and Dwight sits down in his now vacant seat.

Analysis

The theme of Fitting In is seen in this chapter as the group tries to have a more popular person sit with them instead of Dwight. The problem is that Tommy realizes that despite feeling more popular with Lance around, the feeling at the table is just off. This is representative...

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