Johnny The Outsider Analysis

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These are the reason’s why Johnny’s the outsider in the book The Outsider by S.E Hinton are for the following reasons. First he’s the gang pet, as well as he is he is different from all the others, and he’s is almost alway silent. And here are evidence why. The first reason is that he is the gang's pet and he is like the baby of the group and in the book it says “He was the gang’s pet, everyone’s kid brother.”-pg 123 He was also one of the only people that have killed someone. He was also different than all the other greasers. Because he didn't get in that many fight or wasn't bad like Two-bit or Dally or even Darry. The only one he could really talk to was ponyboy and he could also been an outsider. In the book Two-Bits says “… you keepin’ your mouth shut and Johnny’s not sayin’ anything.”-pg 39…show more content…
It says in the book that “If you can picture a little dark puppy that has been kicked too many times and is lost in a crowd of strangers, you’ll have johnny.”-pg 112 He was the only person that was beat up badly by the socs and and that made him not talk and was jumpy when he was so scared he carried a blade in his back pocket because he was beat up so badly by the socs. In conclusion the reasons why johnny could be the outsider were that he was the gangs pet and he was the most quite out of all of them and as well as he was different from all the others. In the book The Outsider who do you think was the true outsider? The evidence above is why johnny could be the
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