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Summary: This essay is a discussion of the book "Holes" by Louis Sachar.
The book I read, Holes by Louis Sachar, has a theme that I believe the author is trying to communicate. I believe this theme is the power of fate and that everything happens for a reason even though we can't explain it at the time. Three stories all woven together determine this fate. It all starts with the curse of Stanley's family, the Yelnats and his no good, dirty, rotten, pig stealing, great, great grandfather, Elya Yelnats, when he broke a promise to a gypsy, Madame Zeroni, and the story of a town and lake that dried up when a white woman and black man were torn apart.

The reason Stanley's family is cursed is because his great, great, grandfather broke a promise to a gypsy, Madame Zeroni. She told him she would give him a pig if after that pig grew fat that he would carry Madame...

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