“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.
“It seemed funny, almost strange that the sunset she saw from her patio and the one that I saw from the back steps was the same one. Maybe the two worlds we live in werent so different. We saw the same sunset. ”(Hinton 35) The Outsiders a book set in the mid-1960s, in Tulsa, oklahoma is about the clash of the greasers and socs.
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.
The most significant change from the book to the film was that in the book Dally was shot and died before he hit the ground while in the movie he looks up at Pony still alive and says his name, and this is significant because it adds more emotion to the scene causing Pony to be more upset with what all has happened. In the book, Johnny had just did and since Dally was like a big brother to johnny, he couldn't take it. He ran out of the hospital without a word. Later on he calls Darry from a payphone explaining that he was running from the cops for attempted robbery of a grocery store and was heading for the park. When he was after a while, the cops shot him under a street light and was dead before he hit the ground.
Love - an intense feeling of deep affection. Love is an emotion shown in many romantic or family relationships as well as friendships. Love is shown frequently throughout the entirety of the book The Outsiders. For example, Dally is an extremely aggressive and audacious person, but he also shows immense love towards Johnny. Sodapop is a fun-loving, carefree high-school dropout, but he is understanding and shows love to both of his brothers by seeing both sides of an argument.
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.
Paragraphs 1-6 The connection between him and his brothers is very rich and not devoid of love. Even though they are not related by genes. "I could have gotten one of the gang to come along, one of the four boys Darry and Soda and I have grown up with and consider family." "We're almost as close as brothers."
Family & relationships. Not everyone has them, and not everyone realizes how good they have it. Family can come us all different shapes and sizes. You must develop a relationships with them. Relationships do not happen overnight, they need time and effort.
Therefore, he is a family member to the greaser’s making him play an important role in the story. Being thoughtful is one of Johnny Cade’s traits in the book, because he always brought up Ponyboy’s spirit. Before Johnny died in the hospital he had left a letter in his notebook for Ponyboy to read. Around in the middle of the letter it stated, “I’ve been thinking about it . . . he meant, you’re gold when you’re a kid, like green.
Have you ever felt like an outsider? S.E Hinton wrote the outsider in 1967 set in Oklahoma, talking about the “Socials’’ and the “Greasers.’’ The real outsider from this article is pony boy and his struggles with right and wrong in a society, in which he believes that he is an outsider. Also, Pony boy was put into [A] classes, because he was suppose to be smart, but there were socials in most of the classes. So they thought it was funny.