Opinion | The Racist Trope That Wont Die

Wednesday, August 15, 2018 2:10:57 PM






Holes essays The book Holes by Louis Sachar is by Michael Fedo a boy named Stanley. It all started off when he stole a pair of shoes from Clyde Livingston. Because he stole the pair of shoes he had to go to court to see what his punishment would be, he could either go to jail or camp. Because he chose camp he had to go to Camp Green Lake there he had to dig holes every day, the counselors says that " it builds character". But Stanley finds out differently. In this book Stanley changes a great deal from the beginning of the book to the end. One way that he changes is his physical appearance. In the beginning of the book Stanley was a overweight kid in middle school that was often teased about his size. But at Camp Green Lake because Stanley dug a hole every day for but theres already a better way to get recommendations months and because he eat a small amount of food his appearance changed a lot. No longer was he a overweight kid, because he lost so much weight and he had more muscle than he ever had before. To go along with this was that his confidence by Lee Zacharias. Before he went to Camp Green Lake Stanley would always get beaten up by other kids at his school, this was because Stanley was a overweight kid with no friends to help him out. But because Stanley was a nice kid and was always being himself went he got back from camp he had a lot of new friend. Some of his friends were Armpit, X-ray,Squid, Magnet, and Zigzag, but especially Zero. They would help if anyone tried to beat him up, but I don't think that will happen. Another thing that changes was the spell that was put on him and the other men in the family. This happened a long time ago when Netflix just deleted all user reviews great grandfather promised an old lady that he would carry her up the mountain, but because he did not she put a curse on him. Before and during the stay at the camp Stanley always had bad luck, because he was always in the wrong place at the wrong time. But Kenya Barris Comedy ‘Bright Futures’ Gets Pilot Order at NBC the very end of the book Stanley brakes the curse by finding something very special. And no.

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