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Holes-How did Stanley's character change and develop as the story progresses?
This is a story about a boy by the name of Stanley Yelnats who is sent to a juvenile detention centre called Camp Green Lake due to a slight miscarriage of justice. In the detention centre Stanley is forced to dig holes to build character and later he learns more about his family history and discovers the truth about 'curse' of bad fortune. The real message behind this story is that good is always victorious over evil. I believe this because the warden being a character, who lies to obtain the treasure that belongs to Stanley's family, doesn't manage to acquire it but instead Stanley who is being honest receives the treasure.
At the start of the story, Stanley is an innocent boy who is from a poor family. He is timid and lacks self-confidence. He is more of a person who doesn't like accepting the fact that anything that goes wrong is his fault. He instead finds it more comfortable to blame it all on his no-good-dirty-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather. Stanley also seems to be a person who isn't able to accept reality. He judges the
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