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How does Stanley relate to his great-grandfather's experience with Kissin' Kate?



A. Stanley was robbed just like his great-grandfather.
B. The Warden left Stanley to face Mr. Sir, just like Kissin Kate left Stanley s great-grandfather to face the desert.
C. Both Stanley and his great-grandfather were treated poorly by the people around them.
D. Stanley and his great-grandfather both share the love of baseball.

This question is part of Holes Chapters 11-25
Asked by Superkathryn, Last updated: Jan 21, 2020

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Zoey H. Rusell

Zoey H. Rusell, Data Analyst

Answered Dec 06, 2017

Stanley is a dynamic character of ‘Holes’ and undergoes a lot of changes due to the many experiences he has during the novel. Initially, he has low self-esteem, is overweight and...Read More
 

superkathryn

Superkathryn

Answered Sep 04, 2017

The Warden left Stanley to face Mr. Sir, just like Kissin Kate left Stanley s great-grandfather to face the desert.
 

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