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Holes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapters 23, 24, 25, and 26 Summary

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Part 1: Chapters 23, 24, 25, and 26 Summary

The story shifts back briefly to Camp Green Lake 110 years before when Katherine Barlow was the town's only schoolteacher, much loved by her students and praised for her spiced peaches. Trout Walker was the son of a rich family and was named Trout because his feet smelled like dead fish. Trout was after Katherine, but Katherine refused his attentions and made him mad.

The story flips back to modern times and we see Mr. Sir at breakfast the next morning with his face horribly swollen and discolored. Mr. Sir physically abuses the boy from another tent who asks what happened. Stanley doesn't say anything, but when Mr. Sir comes to fill the canteens that day, he pretends as if he's pouring water for Stanley, but he purposely pours it onto the ground. Stanley has no choice other than to thank Mr. Sir and...

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