Ponyboy and his gang stick together through everything, allowing them to survive their rough lives. The bond of loyalty between Ponyboy and his gang is vital for survival, shown by the way that the gang responds to the violence between the classes, what Ponyboy and his gang do to survive, and how they help each other survive their social class rivalries. The loyalty that Ponyboy and his gang have during their
Randy and Ponyboy are similar, they both follow stereotypes, but don’t want to be one. They talked about Bob’s death and apologized which proved the stereotypes they had of each other wrong and that they can get along. Later Pony talks to Cherry Valance before the rumble. They previously proved those same stereotypes wrong and continue to as they share similarities.
How “The Outsiders” written by S.E Hinton is coming of age novel During life, people will go through tragic experiences, difficult period of time and pressured by the society around them that eventually their innocence will fade with age. This can be clearly shown in the novel “The Outsiders” (written by S.E Hinton) in which the characters who are living in an area (East side of Oklahoma) full of gang society and violence;….Ponyboy Curtis, Johnny Cade and the rest of his friends and siblings are forced to mature and grow up quicker and earlier than most of the average people due to the traumatic/tragic experiences that they had to face during their everyday conflict between “The Socs” (their rival social group). First of all, before Ponyboy Curtis had met the two girl Socs in the cinema (Sherry Valance and Marcia), he had thought that every person who are a member of their rival’s social group were very wealthy, but very threatening towards The Greasers. But when Ponyboy & Johnny had met the two Socs, Ponnyboy begins having a conversation with Sherry Valance. After the conversation, Ponyboy comes in a conclusion that both of the social groups were very much the same and contained a lot of similarities.
This paragraph is about the description difference between the main characters in the movie and book. In the movie Ponyboy’s description is tall, darkhair, brown eyes, and light color skin. But in the book Ponyboy’s description is small, good build, greenish grey eyes, and light brown hair. Another character is Johnny, but in the movie Johnny’s description is long hair, dark brown eyes, and dark skin. IN the book Johnny’s description is
Also when Ponyboy is talking to Cherry she doesn’t have to “keep her guard up” (Doc C) and doesn’t have to put a fake face on in front of him. The true outsiders are not the Socs or the Greasers but the ones that can realize that there is more beyond the different social groups. As Ponyboy repeats the poem by Robert Frost to Johnny, he says “I guess we’re different.” (Doc D) He feels like an outsider to the rest of the group. Also, when Ponyboy talks to Randy, they see each other as induvial and not Socs or Greasers. Randy calls Ponyboy “kid” instead of “Greaser” and Ponyboy realizes that “He ain’t a Soc, he’s just a guy.” (Doc E) Lastly when Johnny tells Ponyboy, “Stay gold Ponyboy.
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In the book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, there are many examples that can teach about family and friends, love and longing. The protagonist, a 14-year-old child named Ponyboy lives with his brothers, as both his parents perished in a car accident, and grows up with his friends who have similar difficulties. Ponyboy grows up in a community full of violence and classism, which affects the mental state of the entire town, through the projects to the rich side of town. There are many different types of stereotypes in confrontations between Greasers and Socs.
Ponyboy Curtis is the main character in The Outsiders; he is a greaser and has a poor household as well. Ponyboy walks everywhere since he does not have a car, although, he enjoys walking. When he walks he thinks, his older brother says that Ponyboy doesn 't use his head, but Ponyboy is very smart in school therefore uses his head often. Ponyboy values being able to walk alone because he can get a break from the commotion of his brothers and he can think about his problems. Both the son in the poem and Ponyboy value very common things more than others; they have less so values go
In the book The Outsiders,by S.E Hinton I believe there are many great examples of friendship especially inside the gang of greasers.There were many good examples of friendship in this great book but in the end I choose to pick the friendship between Johnny and Ponyboy. Throughout this novel Ponyboy and Johnny stick with each other until the end.Throughout the novel there are numerous examples of how Ponyboy and Johnny help each other out and show why they are great friends. As I said in the introduction paragraph there are many examples of friendship throughout the novel with Johnny and Ponyboy. I am going to talk about three of them.The first example that I am going to talk about is when the two boys were jumped by a group of Socials.The
The story showcases the black and white style of viewing the world teens categorically take on and the distinct socioeconomic differences between the two groups as they struggle with their place in the world. The movie is portrayed from the greaser’s point of view, specifically focused on the life of the protagonist, Ponyboy Curtis. Ponyboy is a fourteen-year-old boy trying to find his way after the loss of his parents. He invests himself in a sixteen-year-old named Johnny Cade, a kindred spirit who faces similar struggles but by different means. The struggle between the soc’es and the greasers are centered around Ponyboy as well as the connection he and Johnny have.