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What is ward of the state holes?
To be a ward of the state means that you have no parents, and you are in foster care. Zero’s mother left one day and never came back.
Who are the characters in the book holes?
Madame ZeroniHector ZeroniElya YelnatsRex Washburn
Who is the woman with zero at the end of the book Holes?
In the 1840s, Hector’s great-great-great-grandmother, Madame Zeroni was an Egyptian. She placed a curse on Stanley Yelnats’ family, because his so-called no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather, Elya Yelnats did not complete his end of a bargain he made with her.
What happened to Hector’s file in Holes?
Pendanski had destroyed Hector’s file so that no one would know that Zero was ever there.
Who is the warden in the book Holes?
Everything you need for every book you read. The Warden, the novel’s villain, owns and runs Camp Green Lake in the Texas desert. She’s a tall, red-haired woman who is soft spoken but nasty: she knows that she’s the most powerful person at camp and uses this to intimidate anyone who challenges or bothers her, children and adults alike.
Who are the main characters in the book Holes?
Holes Character Analysis. Zero reveals that his name is Hector Zeroni, that he has been homeless for most of his life, and that he has no family. He is a “ward of the state.”. He told Stanley that his mother used to sing him a lullaby similar to the one Stanley knows, and he admits that he was the one who stole Clyde Livingston’s sneakers.
Why does the warden in holes lie to the Attorney?
She lies to the attorney, saying that the loot is hers and that the boys stole it from her, even though the suitcase had ‘Stanley Yelnats’ – Stanley’s great-great-grandfather’s name – written on the side.
Who is Mr Sir in the book Holes?
Mr. Sir, the second-in-command at Camp Green Lake, is a surly, cold man who goes great lengths to flex his power over his wards at the camp. This fact is underlined by his unusual name, which forces everyone who says it to doubly acknowledge his authority, and by his tough talk (“You’re not in the Girl Scouts anymore”).