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.
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 always had bad luck. He blamed his grandfather for his bad luck. At school, teachers overestimate him as he is left to protect himself against the many students in his school.
At the camp, Warden leaves Stanley to face Mr. Sir just like Kissin Kate left his great grandfather to face the desert. Slowly but steadily, Stanly figures a way out of his problems and goes on to become the strongest boy in the camp with a lot of confidence and many new friends.