Pony Boy Character Analysis

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Paragraphs 1-6 The connection between him and his brothers is very rich and not devoid of love. Even though they are not related by genes. "I could have gotten one of the gang to come along, one of the four boys Darry and Soda and I have grown up with and consider family." "We're almost as close as brothers." "If it hadn't been for the gang, Johnny would never have known what love and affection are."Throughout the novel, they display that they are not genetically brothers. Moreover, they do not care especially about Ponyboy parent's deaths. These factors do affect them as Darry and Ponyboy have a fight and how Ponyboy's perspective is very different and dark. How every they are wonderful brothers Ponyboy's perspective is against his brothers Darry. This is very easy to associate but throughout the novel, they have shown love and care for each other even though they have fights. Judging a group is a generalization of the entire group specific members. For example, in the greaser gang, Ponyboy is pretty nice and subtle comparing to Darry and his rage. If one person views Darry of the stage they will generalize that the greaser gang is horrible. " It’s a pack. A snarling, distrustful, bickering pack like the Socs in…show more content…
As Johnny proved it throughout the novel. As he killed someone he ran away but was not in fear, so decided to go back: 'We're goin' back and turn ourselves in." Moreover, when the fire arose Ponyboy and Johnny were not in agony so they had nothing to lose: "I'll get them, don't worry!" I started at a dead run for the church, and the man caught my arm. "I'll get them. You kids stay out!" 'I jerked loose and ran on'. Fear is shown places elsewhere, however, the fire scene proved that fear was gone from the two wanted teenagers. The fear was eradicated from the two and this helped them to stay calm and not hide in hideouts or be on the run every 2nd day, fear was gone once they realized
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