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In the book Holes by Louis Sachar there are three distinct periods of time 1800s Stanleys great grandfathers era and present day During these periods of time many things change throughout the decades Including major and minor things There are also a vast variety of things that stay the same throughout the book This includes the name of the lake Camp Green LakeDuring the 1800s Stanleys great-great grandfather Elya Yelnats lived at Camp Green Lake Which happens to be the very same lake that Stanley Yelnats Senior lived at many decades after Though Stanley Yelnats IV did not live at Camp Green Lake he experienced staying there for a long period of time Stanley Yelnats IV climbed the same mountain Elya Yelnats and Stanley Yelnats Senior climbed decades before aswell Stanley Yelnats Senior had climbed this mountain to take refuge on it and survive after being abandoned in the middle of nowhere When Stanley thought his only hope was that zero had found Gods thumb on his own It wasnt impossible His great grandfather had found it Sachar 1998p 143 It tells us that Stanley had found the same place his great grandfather had found many years before trying to survive as Zero and himself were It suggests that his great grandfather had found a way survive in the middle of a waste land Which once was not so lifelessThere are many things that change at Camp Green Lake including the lake there once was water in the lake in the 1800s and there is now no water It is dry and barren The only things that survive out there in the middle of nowhere are deadly yellow spotted lizards and poisonous rattlesnakes Both in which are cold blooded creatures and need to live in a hot and humid climate Different people come and go and all have different reasons to be at camp green lake Most of which are sent there
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