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holes

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billie hefner

on 10 December 2012

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by:Louis Sachar Holes The book Holes is about a boy named Stanley and some boys at Camp Green Lake,but it is manly about Stanley. Camp Green Lake is not a fun camp but a behavioral camp were they say digging holes is character building. Camp Green Lake does not even have a lake just a bunch of holes. At first Stanley does not have anybody to talk to or know how to dig holes very well. The warden says that the holes have to be five feet deep by five feet wide just like the shovels, and that if you find anything interesting that you are to tell Mr.Pendanski. If she likes what you find that you will get the rest of the day off. One day Stanley finds what he thinks is a bullet and so X-ray comes over and says that he has been hear longer and should be the one to get the day off. To find out what happens you will have to read the book. Summary Figurative language Personification:While the wolf waits below,hungry and and lonely, He cries to the moo-oo-on. pg.8
Alliteration:The vibrations ran up the shaft of the shovel and into Stanley's wrists,making his bones rattle. pg.26
Hyperbole:Only ten million more to go. pg.28
Simile:"Myra's head is as empty as a flowerpot." pg.29
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