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von *anna*, 2006-05-03, 22:38  like dislike  Spam?  84.187.235...
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The following text deals with des analyzing of the atmosphere in the book „Holes“ by Louis Sachar. The first chapter deals with the description of the environment of Camp Green lake, how it looks like before 100 years ago and know. This first setting is be used to introduce the reader in the atmosphere, in which the characters have to bee all the story. The atmosphere is very bleak, depressing and opperesive, because the landscape consists in try wasteland, no weed and very hot temperatures.
In the next chapter the author explains what Camp Green lake is and the first character would be presented: Stanley Yelants. This little part exemplify the everyday life, which Stanley expected:, namely to dig every day a hole. This part makes an very unpleasant and gloomy impression.
The third chapter deals with Stanleys bustravel to Camp Green lake. The handcluss and the no air- contioned bus mirror the tense state of mind of Stanley. He’s really exited, because he doesn’t know how the Camp looks like. So the atmosphere is oppressive and really tense. Furthermore the 3 chapter deals with the family curse, which lays on Stanley. This regards to his great- grandfather, which at that time stole a pig from a gipsy and she then execrate. The atmosphere is a little bit ironic and humerous(??? Is it ironic and humerous?), because he shift the blame, to why he have to the Camp, on him. (weshalb er nun in dieses Camp muss auf ihn)
The Arrival at Camp Green lake and his description would be told in chapter 4. There Stanley is shown the rooms, the rules are explained, he meets the other boys, which were there and there is a discussion between the boys as to why Stanley was arrested. The atmosphere sounds very strict and depressing, because they have to wear uniforms, have to dig every day a hole and haven’t to resist the counselors. In addition the furnishings are very spartan and there aren’t any luxuries. This makes a very bleak impression..
The 5 chapter is about a talk between the boys and Mr. Pendanski. The atmosphere is a little bit relaxed, because Stanleys first tenses are away and he get to know the other boys.
In chapter 6 is a flashback, which shows how Stanley got the shoes, to which he was arrested, and the judgement that resulted. If you read this chapter it’s seems again very fatalistic, because Stanley is in fact innocent, but he doesn’t resist his fade.
Antwort: 
Please scroll back to your initial query - I gave it a try 'contre cœur', so to speak  #120654
von Proteus, 2006-05-03, 22:59  like dislike  Spam?  194.166.199....
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Hope this helps  #120657
von atics (GB), 2006-05-03, 23:07  like dislike  Spam?  
The following text deals with THE ANALYSIS of the atmosphere in the book "Holes“ by Louis Sachar. The first chapter deals with the description of the environment of Camp Green lake, how it looks 100 years ago and NOW. [This first setting is be used to introduce the reader in the atmosphere, in which the characters have to bee all the story.]??? The atmosphere is very bleak, depressing and OPPRESSIVE, because the landscape consists OF DRY wasteland, no PLANTS and very hot temperatures.
In the next chapter the author explains what Camp Green lake is and the first character IS presented.  HIS NAME IS Stanley Yelants. This little part exemplifIES the everyday life, which Stanley expected:, namely to dig A HOLE every day . This part makes A very unpleasant and gloomy impression.
The third chapter deals with Stanley's BUS JOURNEY to Camp Green lake. The HANDCUFFS? and the noN-air-contioned bus mirror STANLEY'S tense state of mind. He’s really exited, because he doesn’t know WHAT the Camp looks like. So the atmosphere is oppressive and really tense. Furthermore the THIRD chapter deals with the family curse, which lays on Stanley. This IS BECAUSE OF his great- grandfather, WHO stole a pig from a gipsy A LONG TIME AGO and she then CURSED HIM. The atmosphere is a little bit ironic and humOROUS, because he shiftS the blame OF why he haS to GO TO the Camp onTO him.
The arrival at Camp Green lake and his description IS told in chapter 4. Stanley is shown the rooms, the rules are explained, he meets the other boys WHO ARE there and there is a discussion between the boys as to why Stanley was arrested. The atmosphere sounds very strict and depressing, because they have to wear uniforms, have to dig a hole EVERY DAY and MUSN'T DEFY the counselors. In addition the furnishings are very SPARSE and there aren’t any luxuries. This makes a very bleak impression..
The FIFTH chapter is about a talk between the boys and Mr. Pendanski. The atmosphere is a little bit relaxed, because THE TENSION STANLEY FELT AT FIRST IS GONE and he getS to know the other boys.
In chapter 6 THERE is a flashback, which shows how Stanley got the shoes he was arrested FOR STEALING, and the judgement that resulted. If you read this chapter IT seems again very fatalistic, because Stanley is in fact innocent, but he doesn’t resist his faTe.
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some knutsch thoughts  #120686
von Allan, 2006-05-03, 23:46  like dislike  Spam?  80.144.99....
The following text deals with the analysis of the atmosphere in the book "Holes“ by Louis Sachar. The first chapter deals with the description of the environment of Camp Green lake, what it looked like 100 years ago, and what it looks like now. [This first setting is used to introduce the reader to the atmosphere, in which the characters have to be the story itself. The atmosphere is very bleak, depressing and OPPRESSIVE, because the landscape consists OF DRY wasteland, no PLANTS, and very hot temperatures.
In the next chapter the author explains what Camp Green lake is, and the first character IS presented.  HIS NAME IS Stanley Yelants. This little part exemplifIES the everyday life which Stanley expected: namely to dig A HOLE every day . This part makes A very unpleasant and gloomy impression.
The third chapter deals with Stanley's BUS JOURNEY to Camp Green lake. The HANDCUFFS? and the bus - without air conditioning - mirror STANLEY'S tense state of mind. He’s really exCited, because he doesn’t know WHAT the Camp looks like. So the atmosphere is oppressive and really tense. Furthermore, the THIRD chapter deals with the family curse which was placed on Stanley. This IS BECAUSE OF his great- grandfather, WHO stole a pig from a gipsy A LONG TIME AGO, and then she put a curse on him. The atmosphere is a little bit ironic and humOROUS, because he shiftS the blame OF why he haS to GO TO the Camp onTO him.
The arrival at Camp Green lake and its description IS narrated in chapter 4. Stanley is shown the rooms, the rules are explained, he meets the other boys WHO ARE there, and there is a discussion between the boys as to why Stanley was arrested. The atmosphere seems very strict and depressing, because they have to wear uniforms, have to dig a hole EVERY DAY and MUSTN'T DEFY the counselors. In addition the furnishings are very SPARSE and there aren’t any luxuries. This creates a very bleak impression.
The FIFTH chapter is about a talk between the boys and Mr. Pendanski. The atmosphere is a little bit relaxed, because THE TENSION STANLEY FELT AT FIRST IS GONE and he getS to know the other boys.
In chapter 6 THERE is a flashback, which shows how Stanley got the shoes he was arrested FOR STEALING, and the judgement that resulted. If you read this chapter, IT also seems very fatalistic, because Stanley is in fact innocent, but he doesn’t resist his faTe.

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Antwort: 
Interesting to see which mistakes are corrected and which are 'overlooked' in the different helpers' versions. After all, no mistakes - no schoolgirl  #120696
von Proteus, 2006-05-04, 00:05  like dislike  Spam?  194.166.199....

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