The Strange Case of Origami Yoda Themes & Motifs

Tom Angleberger
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Good v. Evil

The theme of good versus evil is one that moves through the book in an inconspicuous manner until the end. This theme doesn’t have to be about people, it can also be applied to actions. While at the beginning of the book it seems that everything is lighthearted as Dwight and his Origami Yoda give out predictions there is the time where Marcie is mean to Dwight.

These actions can be considered evil as she tries to make Dwight hurt because she didn’t get the prediction she wanted right away. Yoda telling Marcie the next day to study the word mulked was Yoda’s way of punishing Marcie’s bad behavior and allowing someone who actually studied words for the spelling bee to have a chance to win.

Furthermore, Tommy struggles between being a friend to Dwight because Dwight is a good...

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