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Holes by Louis Sachar
Camp Green Lake juvenile detention center in Texas in the late 1990s; with flashbacks to Green Lake one hundred years ago and to Latvia in the mid-1800s
Stanley Yelnats and Hector “Zero” Zeroni, two inmates at Camp Green Lake
Stanley struggles to survive and eventually prevail over the severe people and conditions at Camp Green Lake, and in the process breaks the family curse.
The impact of fate and history on everyday life; the power of friendship; compassion for victims of social injustice
Hardship and Confusion
Point of View
Onions symbolize good things; holes symbolize negatives
The landscape acts as a metaphor for the personality traits of the characters.
The desired perception of the characters is achieved by having dual names.
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