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In my essay, I am going to be talking about a novel called HOLES. The author of this book is Louis Sachar.
This book is about a boy called Stanley Yelnats who had always Bad luck. I will demonstrate how does Stanley’s character change by the end of the novel?
At the beginning at Camp Green Lake Stanley is presented by the author as a character who is build.
We can see that when in the novel Theodore
“Threw Stanley to the ground”.
This means that Stanley was scared and shy because he was new.
Stanley’s nick name at Camp Green Lake is Caveman.
Squed called Stanley “you coming, caveman”
This shows us that Stanley is accepted by the group D and respected by other.
Stanley begins to teach Zero to read and write.
Stanley told zero “I’ll teach you to read if you want Stanley offered”.
This indicates that Stanley is getting better to Zero and trying to find a new friend.
By the end of the novel Stanley is getting physically stronger.
After caring Zero up to the mounting Stanley thought there was no way
“he could have done that a few months ago”
This shows us that Stanley is getting more stronger and is more focused.
So he can now stand up for himself.
At the beginning Stanley was weak and shy. But through the novel Stanley gets physically and mentally stronger. The author shows a lot of different ways for how Stanley’s character change through the novel.
Like one of them is Stanley get accepted by the other people of group D
And a other is he get stronger and his hand does not hurt any more
His blisters are gone on his hand.
I really enjoyed the book that was one of the best books that i read.