S. E. Hinton 's novel The Outsiders, Hilton includes two characters that only care for eachother. They have many similarities, they both have abusive parents and they both place little value on their lives. However they have many differences. Dally gets in trouble a lot with the fuzz, johnny on the other hand is shy, always looks like something is bothering him. Johnny ends up dying but he dies a hero, Dally dies a hoodlum, he attempts to pull a unloaded gun on the fuzz but dies as soon as he does it.
For the next two years, Billy took residence at what formerly was Fort Sumner, turned into a village, also where he murdered someone at a saloon, and framed for the Sheriff of White Oak’s death. Destroying his public reputation yet again, Billy was on the run and he avoided the law until newly hired sheriff Pat Garret took him into custody on December 23, 1880. He was to be hung on April 28, 1881, but with a daring escape, he killed two more men, this time, James Bell and Bob Olinger, the officers assigned to sentry over him in the penitentiary. While he escaped this time, Garret was determined to apprehend the rascal, once again discovering him inconspicuously making a living at Fort Sumner. Garrett ended the Kid’s life, shooting him through the heart.
The first reason that Billy should not have punched Claggart was Claggart’s motives. Claggart was a very bad man who pointed out his own evil in everyone around him, he confronted Billy to prove that Billy it was like him and had senile intent in all situations. Claggart was trying to persecute Billy for a mutiny that he was not a part of. When sweet, innocent Billy was wrongly accused
“A man who caught his arm actually smiled saying "your friend dropped this" Billy was amazed and pleased this unusual helpfulness "oh gee thanks"he said. He tore up the package on the escalator." so he chased after his friends” This quote show how billy was very gullible and trust
In the story, “Fighter” by Walter Dean Myers, and throughout the story, Billy is fighting himself and life. First off, in beginning of the story it states on page 27, “Billy Gates told his wife that he was just going to the gym to work out. If he’d told her the truth, that he was going to fight again, he knew she would have cried.” I think this shows that Billy is going to fight, but he knows his wife does not want him to fight. But, he knows that he needs to fight, but not necessarily wants to fight.
Some experiences, like the sudden unexpected death of a loved one, can also cause PTSD” (National Institute of Mental Health, “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”). PTSD, like many other diseases, can arise from a number of conditions, making it hard to pinpoint where it stems from. Vonnegut takes into account that PTSD can come from a number of sources, providing a plethora of possible explanations for Billy’s mental capacity throughout the novel. For instance, early in Billy’s life, Billy, along
Billy, in the book Billy Summer written by Stephen King, had to die off because he is also a bad person and used violence all the time, even when he didn’t need to. According to the book, it reads, “‘Get them panties down’ Billy says, and sprays him in the eyes with Easy-Off” (King 314). This is what happens right when Hank, the friend of Tripp’s, opens the door. Billy did not even let the guy speak hardly. Hank had not even shown any sign that he was going to hurt Billy, but Billy sprayed him anyways.
Whose fault is it for all the problems and fights that happened between the socials and Greasers . The Outsiders is a coming-of-age novel by S.E. Hinton. It follows the rivalry between the Greasers, a group of young boys from a poorer community, and the rich, high class Socs of the same age through the view of Ponyboy, a 14 year old Greaser. The day after Ponyboy gets jumped by a group of Socs, he meets Cherry, who is a Soc.