There are many old and abandoned houses on the street which are said to be haunted, and everyone stays away from except a couple of crows which are supposed to be evil. After Mr. Sale gets home from his liquor run, he walks in a greets his father, John, sister, Marie, and brother Stephen, all with a smirk on his face because suddenly something is about to change. When Mr. Sale walks into the kitchen, he hears a loud bang on the floor. He runs upstairs only to find his brother,
“Candy looked unhappily, he said softly. No I couldn’t do that. I had him too long” Candy could not kill his dog, and he was sad when they told him that it was time to shoot your dog, it might be a dog to them but it was more than a dog to him, it was his friend. Candy did not want to feel lonely, he was so used to him (the dog) that if he left, he won’t be able to survive, “Candy threw his legs off the bunk. He scratched the white stubble whiskers on his cheeks nervously.
In the film, Jonas runs away because initially they were going to kill Gabriel but Jonas is saving him. In the book, Jonas takes his time and plans his escape carefully. According to the Modes of Engagement, the movie is telling us that Gabriel in the movie and book still deeply cares about Gabriel and has a strong connection with him. The movie had a scene when Jonas punched Asher in the face or point the finger at Fiona at all which never happened in the book. The Chief Elder doesn’t question Asher to lose Jonas if he sees him with his drone but there are no drones in the book whatsoever.
In the beginning of ‘’The Outsiders’’, Ponyboy is alone so he gets jumped by socs. All he had was himself. Ponyboy says, “I went on walking home thinking about the movie and then suddenly wished I had company.”pg1. He did not want to be alone or he would get jumped by socs. Another quote from Ponyboy
Tension between the characters in the novel “The Outsiders” is like stretching a rubber band until it breaks. After reading chapter one of the novel “The Outsiders” by S. E. Hinton, I can summarize that it is about a fourteen year old boy named Ponyboy, who is apart of a gang called the greasers and how he has strong feeling against his oldest brother. Also, in the text the author writes about how Ponyboy 's parents died in a car accident. I believe that Ponyboy doesn 't like Darry because he does not have parents and Darry trying take the parent role. First and foremost, Ponyboy doesn 't like Darry because he is trying to be his guardian.
They look at themselves as the better part of the society, hence they allow themselves to do whatever they want. But greasers have limitations. They can only defend themselves, they could never allow themselves to start a fight with the socs because they would not get away with it like the socs do. When Ponyboy and Johnny were having a walk with Sherry and her friend, Bob and his friend Randy show up and demand that the girls leave with them instantly. Sherry
After Ponyboy and Darry have a dispute, yelling about Pony’s lack of attentiveness in school Sodapop runs out of the house and to the park where he expresses his direct feelings regarding the conflict. “I can’t stand to hear y’all fight…It’s like I’m the middleman in a tug o’ war and I’m being split in half (Hinton 175)”. Following that he expresses, “I can’t take sides…but I can see both sides…we’re all we got left. We ought a be able to stick together against everything. If we don’t have each other, we don’t have anything.
The story “The Monsters” is about how a meat eater or something crashed and then all of their power,cars,phones,and lawn mowers quit working,and starting. The movie “The Andy Griffith Show” is about how a new guy came into town and it’s like that place was his home town but it wasn’t .He knew everyone’s name,and job ,and some people were getting kind of scared-worried that he was sent over to spy but he wasn’t he just got the paper from there and started to read it and knew everybody and just wondered what they looked like. How the stories and books and compared and contrasted. Some keywords I look for to say are about,how,who,what,when,and where. In both stories-movies they are alike because they both have something that scares-worries them.
Eventually the socs flee from the scene and run home. A character by the name of Ponyboy is badly beaten up as well as his other friends, and brother. According to the greasers, they were very hurt but they didn’t care because they get to keep their territory, and they will not get bullied by the socs anymore. This evidence proves that two wrongs don’t make a right because you do not have to resort to violence in order to get your point
The conclusion of the book is Sensei turning into K. He starts to bury his sorrows in his books and restrict his emotions, even though that is what killed K. Sensei has everything K wanted, Shizu and the restrictions of being a monk. However, Sensei never wanted to be a monk, he only wanted Shizu, but he cannot have her. Sensei refuses to tell Shizu about his guilt, because he does not want her to become impure like him. A combination of his parents dying, his uncle taking advantage of him, betraying K, and causing his death made Sensei lose his innocence and he does not want Shizu to lose hers though second hand guilt. Sensei does not care who the narrator tells once Shizu is dead, but until she dies, he cannot tell anyone.