Imagine you were the judge would you rather want 14 year old Pony boy Curtis to be in a foster care or live with his two brothers Soda pop and Darry ? I think Pony boy should be in foster care for a suitable environment. I think he should be in here for three reason one is adults available, want let him run the streets, and they have better homes. In foster care there are adults there to supervise him on what he does and what he watches on TV. When he was with his two brothers they let him do what ever he wanted to do like smoke,drank,run the streets,and even kill people.
The Outsiders After reading about this book for a whie now I have decided to write about how innocence will fade with age. I chose this because I felt like in the book there were a lot of parts when the innocence faded as the boys became older Pony boy Curtis lives in a world where there are two types of people, the greasers who have no chance and the socials who have all the chances. One of the most important things fir the greasers is loyalty and trust and the only family the greasers have are themselves Darry is the leader and Pony boy’s oldest brother, Soda is pony’s second eldest brother and certainly the handsomest.
During the course of the novel, Ponyboy becomes enlightened on how he views the world. In the beginning of the novel, Ponyboy has a dark view of his oldest brother Darry. He feels Darry doesn’t care for him the same way as Soda does(Soda is Ponyboys other older brother). Prior to this quote Cherry Valence, a character in the book was asking Ponyboy about his family.
So we would not have to pay for us when we go to drive-in movies . And when I am too old for Kids ' Meal at McDonald's , they would lie and get me one anyway . As I grew older , these things do not seem wrong with me . I thought that as long as I didn't get caught there is nothing wrong . Mannes also wrote , " Your son's
I can determine if pony boy Curtis should stay with his brothers or go to foster care and get taken to another family to live with. I am going to give you three reasons why she should not go to foster care. The first reason why he should not go to foster care is because he hasn 't done anything wrong. Darry and Soda sent him to school to get a good education. Darry and Soda had to drop out to get money to pay for food and other things.
This indicates that he had a difficult relationship with his father sometimes; he confides to the new owners, his mother would join him. “If she was in the mood, and we 'd plot together--oh, all forms of fantastical things". These lines suggest that both mother and son and possibly his sister as well were the victims of the masterful father. The basement was not a means of punishment for him as a child but instead a refuge from his abusive father. "A--controlled kind of place" wherever plants on the windowsill never perceived to bloom or maybe forever died”.
In conclusion the author J.D. Salinger wrote The Catcher in the Rye to help all of those teens going through the rough transitional period into adulthood, he wanted them to know that they aren’t alone and they aren’t the only ones feeling like this. Holden made the mistake of isolating himself and whenever he felt like finally turning himself in but he would change his mind much too quickly. He was very indecisive and wouldn’t plan too far into the future. If he was to have stayed at Pencey or gone straight home this story wouldn’t have been made, but then again that’s the purpose of it, to share this story and make it relatable to all teens of all different periods of time. We as teens must acknowledge that we are not grown yet, nor invincible, we must do things the right way or we’ll more than likely end up just as Holden
The boy is little so the scent is going to make him woozy since he doesn't drink bourbon at his age, but since his dad has drank some it would make it hard for the boy to hang on because his dad may be dazed not stoned. The sentence "We romped until the pans slid from the kitchen shelf"(5,6), could mean several things for one it may be the case that the house is not sturdy and jumping around may make stuff shake and fall. If I was the boys mom I to would have a frown on my face if every one of my pans had fallen. It could imply that they were not mounted on the wall good.
While the parents are largely to blame for the sheer lack of morality their son has, Couch should have still been able to pick up on the concept of right and wrong from external sources, like school. Also, Couch was old enough to take responsibility for his actions and act on his own, rather than blindly doing what his parents tell him. It is inadmissible to make the claim that Couch could have honestly thought it was okay to drink and drive based on the fact that his parents allowed him to drink at age 13. Many parents are lax about alcohol with their children, but those same kids still know enough not to drink and drive, or steal even like his earlier crime. The judge’s decision is a poor one, even thought Couch still received 10 years of probation, it still isn’t enough.
The character Brother starts the story out by going back to when his sibling was born. The younger brother Doodle is disabled, the doctor thought he wouldn't survive but he did. Overtime Brother became embarrassed that Doodle couldn't walk. He let his pride get the better of him and made it his mission to make Doodle walk. Eventually Doodle did learn to walk, but Brother was still not satisfied, he wanted his brother to be able to run and swim like all the other kids.
Ponyboy should be put in foster care. Fifteen percent of adolescence are out in Foster Care. Also result of the guidance twelve percent become successful adults. Ponyboy is a bad guy at the beginning and at last he was a self confident guy. Now let tell you why he should be in foster care.
The biggest influence in shaping Ponyboy’s identity was his loyalty to his gang as throughout the book the author shows just how loyal Ponyboy is. To begin with, in the story, Darry did not want Ponyboy to go to the rumble because he was quite beat up. However, Ponyboy really believed he should go because they were down in numbers and he wanted to fight for his gang anyway. In the text it said, “Oh, no, I thought in mortal fear, I’ve got to be in it. Right then the most important thing in my life was helping us whip the Socs.”
Ponyboy Ponyboy is the main character in the outsiders telling the book. He is a member of the Greasers and is the youngest of his brothers and the gang. The main setting for Ponyboy was at the park by the fountain. This is where everything turns.
In the Novel “The Outsiders” Ponyboy Curtis lives with his older brother Darry, and his younger brother Sodapop. However it is an unwise decision to leave Ponyboy with Darry as he is an abusive, irresponsible, and immature guardian. Ponyboy Curtis should be put into the system where he will be better taken care of and in a more stable environment that he would be if he stays with Darry. Firstly, Darry is irresponsible.
Pony-boy Curtis is a fourteen-year old boy who lives in a scrappy neighborhood. He is in the greaser gang. He has recently been involved in a murder of a young boy ,however, that is that not why he is here today. He is here today to here the verdict on if he will be staying with his brothers or if he will be going to foster care. I have reached a verdict.