Tom Angleberger Writing Styles in The Strange Case of Origami Yoda

Tom Angleberger
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Point of View

The book’s point of view is multifaceted. A cast of ten people share their experiences with the Yoda doll. Tommy has more chapters than others, since he is the main character. Each entry into the book is first person point of view. This allows for a closer connection between the characters and the reader. Multiple points of view from other characters also offer insight into the personal thoughts and feelings of those characters, and how they deal with the Yoda doll’s predictions.

Language and Meaning

The language was set on a level for middle school. The only issue with the language is the use of Star Wars lingo. Those unfamiliar with the Star Wars movies or franchise might find the references difficult to understand.

Structure

The book happens in a loose linear story with many flashbacks. Each character is given their own chapter...

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