Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Holes and what it means. In this historical flashback, Elya Yelnats is a fifteen-year-old Latvian boy who falls in love with a beautiful but shallow girl named Myra Menke.
All he knows is that he's lost weight, and digging.
. After a while, he loses track of how long he's been at the camp. Sir.
While Stanley finds his place in the social circle at Camp.
Though it was once the largest lake in Texas, it's been dry for the last 110 years. Temperatures hover at 95 degrees, and the only shade is under two oak trees with a hammock strung between—though that shade is "owned" by the Warden. .
Chapters 13–16 Chapters 17–19.
Holes Summary. Sir carries a gun to protect himself and others at the camp from the dangerous animals in the area, such as rattlesnakes and yellow-spotted lizards.
. When Mr.
In Chapter 7, through flashbacks interwoven with Stanley's digging, we learn the story of Elya Yelnats and the origin of the Yelnats family curse.
Mr. He tries to pretend that he's going. The Warden is the cruel, authoritarian leader of Camp Green Lake, as well as the owner of the land upon which the camp is situated.
. Dewey Dell, who left the house to look for Vardaman, calls out his name. Stanley Yelnats, overweight, lonely, and poor, has been arrested for a crime he didn't commit, and he's on. Next. Pendanski by his casual meanness, The Warden consistently maintains an icy, polite demeanor.
This is apt because the setting plays such a large role in Holes.
There he is forced to dig holes in the. .
Desperate to win her hand in marriage, he makes a pact with his friend.
However, her outer calm belies her vicious and greedy.
This novel is set in modern times and focuses on the current circumstances of Stanley Yelnats, an unfortunate, unlucky young man who is sent to Camp Green Lake for a crime he didn't commit.