X-Ray wears glasses because he can't see very well, and he always uses the same shovel because he claims it is the shortest one the holes dug by the boys are measured with their shovels. The evil circle still spins round and round. A few understand that they are doing the same evil thing and stop inflicting pain to others.
By this statement, we are given the impression that the Warden even has jurisdiction over the environment, which is true in the sense that she owns the lake.
They were all waiting for a piece of the bounty.
The narrator told us at the very opening of the novel that if you are bitten by one of the lizards, "There is nothing anyone can do to you anymore" 4.
If the American people stop being prejudiced they might see the lake fill up with water and everything will become beautiful again The holes were the clearest symbol in the book. During the time Sam makes the repairs to the schoolhouse, Katherine and Sam fall in love.
They send funds to support the side they want to win wars.
Stanley takes the blame for the stolen sunflower seeds so the other boys will not get in trouble; he is also teaching Zero to read. Stanley is perceptive. When the warden tries to snatch it back, Ms. It seems that throughout the generations of the Yelnats family, success comes often, but is always just out of reach.
Three days later, Katherine shoots the town sheriff, who would not help her save Sam from the townspeople, and she becomes Kissin' Kate Barlow, a ruthless outlaw of the Wild West.