On the other hand, Johnny died a hero. He died for a reason, for a purpose. Johnny died after putting his life at risk for innocent, young children. Johnny writes in a note to Ponyboy “Listen, I don’t mind dying now. It’s worth it.
That proves that Johnny killed Bob. Ponyboy was a witness and ran away with Johnny, but never told the police that. On page 57, paragraph 3, Ponyboy says to Johnny, “You really killed him, huh, Johnny?’. That proves that Ponyboy knew that Johnny killed Bob, but didn’t say anything about it to the police. As you can see, Ponyboy and Johnny are criminals and not heroes to some
An incident occurred between a father and his son, where the son murdered his father for a ration of food. Also a Gypsy had attacked Elie’s father when he asked where the bathrooms were. Sadly, Elie doesn’t escape this horrific fate. When his father had grown sick, he had to stay in a cabin with others who were sick as well. Elie tried to help him, but he soon grew tired of helping his father and felt relieved when his father had died; he felt free.
From darkness to final darkness. Here you see. The father murdering, the murdered son––And all my civic wisdom! Haimon my son, so young, so young to die, I was the fool, not you; and you died for me.” Creon implores that he has been blinded by his pride and that he didn’t see that Haemon’s ultimatum and love for Antigone would be the reason why Haemon would kill himself.
(CHANGE) High Noon focuses on staying loyal, even when everyone tells you to leave. When Kane goes to Mart, and ex-lawman, for advice, he says, “It’s a rotten life. You risk your skin catching killers and the juries let them go so they can come back and shoot you again. If you’re honest, you’re poor your whole life, and in the end you wind up dying all alone in a dirty street, or some stinky alley. For what?
Dally even heard that Johnny said that fighting was useless after all. He felt sad that even he won the rumble, he lost his friend. He decided then to rob a grocery store and try to threaten the cops so he could get his death. The other problem Ponyboy solved it really well was that he decided to save the kids that were trapped in the church considering he might ignite the fire. However, Ponyboy did make bad decisions too.
There was kids in there that's why the boys went in there. When ponyboy came out of the church, he was on fire but dally put it out with his arm, and after that happened he tried to help johnny get out too. The night of the rumble Dally escaped from the hospital because johnny had died. He robbed a grocery store and the police were catching him he had a gun that wasn't loaded to make it seem like it was and pointed it to the police officers and they shot him.
At the cyclops land Polyphemus killed two of Odysseus men well he ate them. In the book the Odysseus, on page 869 paragraph 2 it cites that “but in one stride he clutched at my companions and caught two in his hands like squirming puppies to beat their brains out.”. Odysseus saw it and was scared to death but manage to help his men get out the cave. For example, Angelo was in the army with his three friends that he met in the army base. One of his friend’s suicide himself because of PTSD he saw men dead and seeing them die like no other human should see.
SOc Boy Killed Last night a Soc boy was killed. We have a witness his best friend Randy was there the whole time. We also have another witness his name is Ponyboy Curtis said, “His brother had slapped him that night and he and his best friend Johnny Cade had run away that night.” Johnny said, “I swear it was out of self defense, they were drowning Ponyboy.”
When Johnny dies, Dallas goes mad and robs a grocery store with the intent for the police to see his gun and shoot him because they deemed him dangerous. He ends up being shot and killed by police. He could not bear living without Johnny, and sacrificed his life so he would not have to live without him. He would have been devoid of any happyness if he would have lived. Also, when Johnny kills Bob, him and Ponyboy go immediately to Dally.
In the Outsiders there are instances of reckless behavior. It is an important element to the story as it shows the behaviors and tendencies of many of the characters. The reckless behavior leads to many of the major events in the book. The first instance of this is shown in chapter four when Bob and the rest of the Socs tried to kill Ponyboy.
Everybody has a soft side, they just don’t always chose to show it. Some people keep theirs a secret, as a defense mechanism because they are afraid of getting hurt. In S.E Hinton’s The Outsiders, one of the main characters, Dally, doesn’t reveal his until the very end. He has been hurt before, and is scared that if he lets it show, the same thing will happen again. However, very soon after he reveals his soft side, he is hurt worse than ever before.
“Get tough like me and you will not get hurt.” Dally says this to Ponyboy on page 147 in the book. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton is about how you treat other people and the author explains by talking about conflict between the poor Greasers and the rich Socs in the mid-1960s in Tulsa, OK. The Greasers win the rumble, Johnny dies and Dally is very upset and gets himself killed. Dally is a round character because he is both a cold and caring Greaser.
In S.E Hinton's novel, The Outsiders, the author explores the idea that communities of people help each other like family. Johnny's real family acted like he didn't exist, so to him the gang was his family. Without the gang Johnny wouldn't be the the way he is. The gang acted like his family by caring for him, always being there for him, and treating him like a brother. Johnny was loved by the gang more than he thought.
Due to the descriptiveness of the characters in The Outsiders, it may be easy to form judgements about these people. Opinions are something you make based on the knowledge you have of the person both fictional and real. Deciding whether or not you like a person in the book is your belief and may not coincide with another person’s opinion. In The Outsiders, there were a plethora of characters to choose from to be a certain role in your life if you were a greaser. If you were a greaser, some people that prove to be good examples for frenemies, enemies and “baes” are Cherry, Bob and Dallas.