He shows this during situations with his brothers and even with the other Greasers. During the story, Darry is always telling Ponyboy, although he is a intelligent kid, that he needs to use his head. This is partly because of his daydreams and the scenarios he thinks of in his head. He tends to become lost in these dreams and needs to be pulled back to reality. On page 48, Ponyboy begins talking about the country, “I loved the country.
The poem tells us that a child's childhood is very important and they should enjoy it in a good way not a bad way, because soon you’ll become a adult and have more responsibilities. Dallas said, “Ponyboy, listen, don't get tough. You're not like the rest of us and don't try to be..." Dallas wanted to lead Ponyboy the right way, he didn’t want Ponyboy to end like him. Dallas had a lot of trouble growing up without his parents and being criticized because the was “Greaser.” Dallas just wanted the best for Ponyboy, he wanted him to understand that everything he sees is not always right. Therefore Dallas wanted to lead Ponyboy the right way and try to get him out of trouble.
He made sure Pony did well I school and was home at a decent time. Pony struggled to understand why Darry was so mean to him but, it was mostly because Darry saw potential in him. When Pony realizes Darry’s love for him Darry begins to soften up. Darry gave his brothers a good life. Darry is a little more hero than anyone else in The
¨The jury has reached a decision,¨ I stated, ¨they have decided to keep Ponyboy with Darry and Soda.¨ the reasons for which he was staying were simple. His family was supporting, he could learn protection for self defense only, and because they can more than likely care for him better than a foster home
From fearing him to thinking he is a good person, Dally and Pony are now friends. As I said earlier, Pony's beginning relationship with Dally was fear. He saw Dally as the toughest and meanest of the gang and therefore Pony feared him. However, as the story unfolds Pony starts seeing Dally as kind and caring. Dally starts helping Johnny and starts showing respect.
Innocence will fade with age. Throughout the story the boys become more mature and lose their innocence. Pony boy and Johnny mature the most both pony boy and Johnny grew up together throughout the story going through sufferings but by the end they learned to take care of themselves Pony boy is the main character in the story when Johnny kill’s bob, Pony and Johnny go hide in an abandoned church for a while. This required them to mature and that’s when he “Lost his innocence” Pony boy screamed No! “I’m fourteen I’ve been fourteen for a month and im in it as much as you are” I think Johnny is innocent firstly because he has been jumped by the Soc’s many times and secondly if he hadn’t have stabbed bob, Pony boy would have died and if Pony boy died the whole gang would be sad so Johnny had to protect Pony because he is his friend and because he didn’t want Pony boy to die.
The relationship between the two is more important than his work. Love: Love is a major theme in the poem “Bearhug”. Despite the fact that his father gave priority to his work and made him wait, Griffin loves his father unconditionally. When his father comes to give him a hug, he sticks to him like a magnet which shows the strong bond that was present between father and son. The father hugs him and because he loves him, realizes the mistake and feels guilty.
I 'd just as soon tease a full-grown grizzly; but for some reason, Darry seems to like being teased by Soda.” However, they often disagree regarding Ponyboy’s safety and education. Sodapop is quite lenient towards Ponyboy whereas, Darry resents this behavior. Sodapop and Darry’s disagreements are often present in the novel but, it is truly perceptible on two occasions. The first time occurs right after Ponyboy is attacked by the Socs, he is criticized by Darry who doesn’t understand his brother’s behavior. Sodapop immediately defends his younger brother against his older one which leads Darry to remind Sodapop that he is the one in charge “When I want my kid brother to tell me what to do with my other kid brother’, I’ll ask you – kid
Johnny surrendered his life for the little kids. At home Johnny is being abused by his abusive parents. He doesn’t get to feel the affection of a parents love. Somedays he even sleeps outside weather it was freezing cold or really hot. Another thing Johnny did was he rescued Ponyboy in the park when the socs tried to drown Ponyboy in the fountain.
“The Scarlet Ibis,” written by James Hurst, is a bittersweet story. A weak autistic child is born into a family of cotton farmers. They name the child Doodle, which was given by his older brother. His brother was often cruel, but he pushed Doodle to work to fit in. They fail in their efforts at the end of summer.
Dating back to his early childhood, Sonny grew up with an adopted sister along with his adopted parents. It was confirmed that even when Sonny was growing up there were frustrations between social interactions. However, he was very attached to his father which converted into feeling distressed and lonely whenever he was away from home or his father for an extended period of time. Also, after realizing he was homosexual and the mistreatment he received from his very own mother probably gave him the feeling of unacceptance by all his