The Strange Case of Origami Yoda - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Tom Angleberger
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Summary

Chapter 12 starts with Caroline coming to Dwight to ask Yoda for help about a bully who keeps breaking the pencils her grandmother has given her. Dwight talks to Yoda and says the he will handle this issue and leaves. Dwight is gone for a whole week until Tommy learns that Dwight tried to fight Caroline’s bully, but lost badly.

Analysis

In the chapter the reader sees the theme of Love being demonstrated. Dwight shows some attraction to Caroline in this chapter and, therefore, when she says she is having problems he jumps right in to rush to her aid. Furthermore, despite that Dwight is a weird kid with no notable powers of his own he still becomes a hero because he is willing to do something about the problem in hand. Everyone believes that heroes have to have powers, but in reality just...

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