SparkNotes: Holes: Character ListHome Characters Author. Stanley is an overweight 14 year old boy who does not have any friends from school and is often picked on by his classmates and the school bully. Stanley's family is cursed with bad luck, and although they do not have much money, they always try to remain hopeful and look on the bright side of things. Stanley shares these traits with his family and, although he does not have a lot of self-confidence, he is not easily depressed, a characteristic that helps him adjust to the horrendous conditions of Camp Green Lake. However, he has a bad habit which attributes his great-great-grandfather when he gets in a trouble.
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They enjoy each other's company and soon fall in love. He is a misfit in his class at school. Reply to this topic Start new topic. It is Derrick's testimony, that eventually proves that Stanley is innocent of stealing Clyde Livingston's shoes.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The nicknames used by the boys in Camp Namess Lake was another point I was going to pick up on. Sir Derrick Dunne. Remember me.
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When Stanley finds Zero in the desert, they become loyal friends. Read an in-depth analysis of Stanley Yelnats? The Warden is the main antagonist of Holes. He is fourth in line for water.
Originally Posted by Katrina 'Zero' is obviously a blank which needs filling, a non-entity but as a character he seems the most rounded no pun intended. The other characters seemed to be hiding behind the roles created by their nicknames. Zero is also the only character not accepted and intigrated into the group. The nicknames used by the boys in Camp Green Lake was another point I was going to pick up on. I found Stanley's nickname, Caveman, quite hard to understand. The boys nicknames are mostly taken from a characteristic that they have displayed - Barfbag obvious even though we never meet him! Although Stanley's nickname seems at odds at first, he fits the role more as he develops through the book.
However, like you say, innocent, Pendanski claims to have respect for the campers naes to have their best interests at heart! Holes is a book I will be encouraging my children to read - I think they will all enjoy it. But Stanley is n? A rather scrawny and awkward individual.
First impressions of The Time Traveler's Wife. Stanley, full of holes!, the protagonist of Holes. It was all just too uncred? He is tough and mean and is constantly eating sunflower seeds.