Family Life In The Outsiders

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Question: How does S.E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders, show that an individual’s family life has an impact on their actions? Discuss three main characters as part of your answer. Introduction: S.E. Hinton’s novel the outsiders, shows that an individual’s family life has an impact on their action by having lots of different characters with different family life’s and it shows the different between growing up rich (soc’s) and growing up poor (greasers). it shows how different they all act because of their family life. Johnny’s parents are abusive and don’t love him, Darry’s parents died and he had to look after his two younger brothers, and bob grew up in a rich family were his family didn’t care if he got in trouble and never told him off.
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